Judge overturns UPVC windows appeal consent over inspector's 'irrelevant' assessment

A judge has overturned a planning inspector's decision to allow an appeal against a council's enforcement action related to a homeowner's installation of PVC window frames, ruling the inspector's consideration of the use of UPVC in neighbouring properties when reaching his decision was "plainly legally irrelevant".

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

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