Judge blasts planning authorities for lack of enforcement action against mining firm despite 'repeated breaches'

A High Court judge has dismissed a legal bid to instigate planning enforcement action against a mining operator, but has expressed "grave concern" over the lack of enforcement action by planning authorities against the firm despite its "repeated breaches of planning control".

by Court reporter
The mine at Cavanacaw (pic: Gordon Dunn, Geograph)
The mine at Cavanacaw (pic: Gordon Dunn, Geograph)

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