Judge overturns consent for mixed-use Hackney scheme due to council's failure to fully publish viability evidence

Planning permission for a mixed-use redevelopment in Hackney has been overturned by the High Court because the local authority did not fully disclose the developer's viability evidence ahead of its approval decision.

by Court reporter
London's Royal Courts of Justice. Pic: Getty Images
London's Royal Courts of Justice. Pic: Getty Images

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