Gladman announces it is 'avoiding the appeals system' following failed High Court challenge

Land promoter Gladman has announced it is stepping back from its practice of lodging high numbers of appeals and has claimed that the presumption in favour of sustainable development in national policy is "now substantially weaker" than it was, following a failed High Court bid to overturn two inspectors' decisions that blocked their plans for 260 new homes.

by Mark Wilding
New homes: Gladman says appeal route to secure consents has become more difficult
New homes: Gladman says appeal route to secure consents has become more difficult

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