Inspector's decision 'betrayed error of law' in failing to restrict converted property's commercial use

The High Court has quashed a planning inspector's decision to overturn a council's enforcement notice against an unlawfully-converted property in south Manchester, after a judge found that his decision did not have the intended "legal effect" of restricting the use to specified commercial purposes.

by Court reporter
The Royal Courts of Justice - image: David Castor (CC0)
The Royal Courts of Justice - image: David Castor (CC0)

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