Judge rejects bid to prevent 150-home West Yorkshire scheme on EIA grounds

A judge has dismissed a legal challenge against a government decision not to require an environmental impact assessment (EIA) to be carried out for a proposed 150-home development in West Yorkshire, after concluding that the claimant's argument was 'based on an unduly forensic and nit-picking reading' of the Whitehall ruling.

by Court reporter
London's Royal Courts of Justice
London's Royal Courts of Justice

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