High Court blocks bid to build 400 homes in national park based on 50-year-old permission

A developer's plans to build hundreds of new homes in the Snowdonia National Park based on a planning permission granted in 1967 have been scotched by a High Court judge, who ruled that it was now "physically impossible" to complete the scheme in line with the original consent.

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

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