High Court overturns council's permission for housing scheme due to apparent bias

Planning permission for a housing scheme in Kent on land co-owned by the local authority has been overturned by the High Court, after a judge identified a "real possibility" of apparent bias in the decision-making process.

by Court reporter
London's Royal Courts of Justice. Pic: Getty Images
London's Royal Courts of Justice. Pic: Getty Images

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