Judge quashes retail park consent over council's 'perverse and inadequate' reasoning

A judge has quashed a council's planning consent for a major expansion of a retail and leisure park after concluding that the local authority's reasons for doing so were "perverse and inadequate".

by Court reporter
Scotland's Court of Session (pic: Magnus Hagdorn, Flickr)
Scotland's Court of Session (pic: Magnus Hagdorn, Flickr)

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