Council returns to High Court to quash two more of its consents following fresh errors

A Cambridgeshire council that earlier this year asked the High Court to quash one of its consents due to "administrative errors" has apologised after admitting that it has had to go back to the court to reverse two further planning permission mistakes at a likely cost of £10,000.

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

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