Appeal court backs Harrogate Council's departure from standard housing need method in homes consent

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a Yorkshire council was justified in not using the government's standard method in assessing its housing need and dismissed an objector's challenge to the authority's consent for 21 new homes on a greenfield site.

by Court reporter
The Royal Courts of Justice in London, home of the Court of Appeal.
The Royal Courts of Justice in London, home of the Court of Appeal.

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