High Court backs council's decision to revoke Ocado hub lawfulness certificate due to 'false' information

The High Court has backed a London borough's decision to revoke a certificate of lawfulness for the continued use of an Ocado distribution centre, after a judge ruled that the document had been obtained on the basis of "false" or "withheld" information.

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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