Judge upholds inspector's dismissal of 330 homes on air quality grounds

A judge has backed an inspector's decision to dismiss plans for up to 330 homes in Kent over air quality concerns, despite the local council not having objected on air quality grounds when it considered the application.

by Court reporter
High Court: planning inspector's decision upheld by judge
High Court: planning inspector's decision upheld by judge

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