Court rejects developer’s challenge to protection of green space in an area short of housebuilding sites

The High Court has rejected a developer’s claim that a neighbourhood plan’s designation of a protected Local Green Space (LGS) should not be allowed to stand in light of the local council’s lack of adequate sites to meet the need for new housing.

by Court reporter
Royal Courts of Justice (Pic: Getty)
Royal Courts of Justice (Pic: Getty)

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