High Court quashes council's CIL notice served two-and-a-half years late for human rights violation

The High Court has found that a community infrastructure levy (CIL) charge served two-and-a-half years late on, and mis-addressed to, a Hertfordshire resident redeveloping a neighbouring property amounted to a violation of her human rights and has ordered the council to repay her the £16,000 charge.

by Court reporter
The Royal Courts of Justice - image: Anthony M / Flickr (CC BY 2.0)
The Royal Courts of Justice - image: Anthony M / Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

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