Planners not obliged to consider visual impact when assessing green belt openness, Supreme Court rules

Planners are not obliged to take into account visual impact when assessing whether a proposed development will harm the openness of the green belt, the Supreme Court has ruled today in a landmark judgment that overturns a Court of Appeal ruling on the issue.

by Court reporter
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