Government told to ensure 'impartial and objective' handling of called-in cases in light of Holocaust memorial plans

A High Court judge has told ministers that their arrangements for handling called-in planning applications must be changed to ensure impartiality and should also be published, in a case brought against the government's proposed Holocaust memorial in Westminster.

by Gavin McEwan
Victoria Tower Gardens - image: Andreas Praefcke (CC BY 3.0)
Victoria Tower Gardens - image: Andreas Praefcke (CC BY 3.0)

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