Appeal Court upholds decision to quash council's 'accidental' planning consent

The Court of Appeal has upheld a High Court decision to quash a council's mistaken planning consent for the indefinite use of wedding marquees at a Grade II* listed property in the Wirral green belt and blasted the authority for 'unlawfully' attempting to conceal its 'error'.

by Court reporter
Thornton Manor Estate, Wirral (pic: lenaedmondson via Flickr)
Thornton Manor Estate, Wirral (pic: lenaedmondson via Flickr)

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