Government defends 'urgent' permitted development and use class changes against 'improper attack' by campaigners

The government has defended itself against charges that it did not follow due process when it introduced new permitted development rights and revisions to the Use Classes Order, with its barrister telling the High Court today that none of the regulations implementing the changes "are likely to have significant environmental effects".

by Court reporter
London's Royal Courts of Justice
London's Royal Courts of Justice

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