High Court overturns Co-Op store consent due to 'misleading' officer's report

Planning permission for a new Co-Op convenience store in a Hertfordshire village has been overturned by the High Court after a judge ruled that an officer's report failed to take account of the impact of the proposal on the settlement's existing post office and was therefore 'materially misleading'.

by Court reporter

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