How the Supreme Court has clarified the potential cost of challenging planning decisions

A Supreme Court ruling has clarified that unsuccessful challengers of planning decisions may have to pay multiple defendants’ costs. The effect could be to reduce the appetite for challenges, say commentators.

by David Blackman
Supreme Court. Photograph: SOPA Images/Getty Images
Supreme Court. Photograph: SOPA Images/Getty Images

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