High Court rejects developer's 'fundamentally misconceived' conservation area demolition case

A developer's bid to overturn an inspector's dismissal of its plans to demolish a Victorian villa in the heart of the Royal Leamington Spa conservation area and replace it with an eight-home scheme has been blocked by a High Court judge, after she ruled that the applicant's case was "fundamentally misconceived".

by Michael Donnelly
London's Royal Courts of Justice
London's Royal Courts of Justice

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