How the Supreme Court has made it harder to overturn councils' green belt decisions

A Supreme Court ruling on green belt 'openness' is likely to reduce the scope for legal challenge in areas where decision-makers are exercising planning judgement, say experts, but still leaves uncertainty over the definition of openness.

by Joey Gardiner
The Supreme Court (pic: Chiral Jon, Flickr)
The Supreme Court (pic: Chiral Jon, Flickr)

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