Court rejects claim that large yard is ancillary to small building

The High Court has upheld an inspector's ruling that the size of an area of hard-standing at a fencing company's yard in Surrey was so far in excess of what was required by a building on the site as to render it not ancillary to the building.

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

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