Highway impact mitigated through CIL contributions

A planning officer's report relating to a residential development in East Sussex was sufficiently clear in respect of the likely highway impacts of the scheme and the means by which these would be addressed through the community infrastructure levy (CIL). Lord Justice Lindblom giving the lead judgment of the Court of Appeal, so held and rejected a judicial review of the council's decision to grant of planning permission after concluding that the officer's report was not legally flawed.

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