Supreme Court backs village green designation on concrete-covered port site

The Supreme Court has backed a council's decision to designate an area of concreted land owned and used by a port operator as a town or village green (TVG), dismissing the arguments that public enjoyment of the site and port operations were incompatible.

by Michael Donnelly
The Supreme Court (pic: Chrial Jon Flickr CC BY 2.0)
The Supreme Court (pic: Chrial Jon Flickr CC BY 2.0)

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