Judge dismisses claim that members were 'misled' by report that 'downplayed environmental health officer's noise concerns'

A judge has dismissed an objector's claim that councillors were "misled" by a planning officer's report on plans for an adventure activity lake in the grounds of a historic Suffolk manor house, which, it was argued, downplayed an environmental health colleague's concerns about noise.

by Michael Donnelly
London's Royal Courts of Justice
London's Royal Courts of Justice

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