Presumption in favour of sustainable development re-assessed given previous high court ruling

A Hampshire landowner who brought two claims, the first in the context of section 113 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 challenging a revised local plan adopted by the defendant local authority; and the second challenging an inspector's decision to dismiss its planning appeals in respect of two sites for housing development, failed in the High Court which concluded that there had been no error in law.

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