Judge quashes Wembley mosque consent after finding 'fundamental defects' in inspector's decision

The High Court has overturned an appeal decision granting retrospective permission for a mosque that had been operating unlawfully on a builder's yard in north London, after the judge found the inspector had made a "fundamental defect" by not properly considering the "highly contentious planning issues" involved.

by Court reporter
The High Court in London
The High Court in London

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