Legal Viewpoint: Judgment offers guidance on very special circumstances for green belt approvals

A recent judicial review judgment from the Planning Court is a helpful reminder of the balancing exercise that decision-makers, in applying national policy, must undertake in determining planning applications for development of green belt land.

George Morton Jack (image supplied)
George Morton Jack (image supplied)

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