How a court judgment clarifies what planning conditions can and cannot be used for

A Court of Appeal ruling in favour of a developer arguing that it should not be compelled by a council to provide a road on its scheme for public use is likely to act as a stark reminder of the limits of what planning conditions can – and cannot – be used for, experts say.

by Joey Gardiner

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