Court of Appeal blasts government for Paddington Cube call-in 'muddle'

The Court of Appeal has ruled that the government should have given reasons for its refusal to call in plans for the controversial Paddington Cube scheme in London, in a decision that heritage campaigners said will 'resonate through the planning system'.

by Michael Donnelly
A visualisation of the finished Paddington Cube development
A visualisation of the finished Paddington Cube development

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