High Court quashes permission for 4,000-home urban extension in Kent

A council has agreed to quash its permission for a 4,000-home 'garden city' to the south of Canterbury in Kent after the High Court came down on the side of objectors who argued that the decision conflicted with the local plan and would have negative environmental impacts.

by Court reporter
The Royal Courts of Justice (Pic: Getty)
The Royal Courts of Justice (Pic: Getty)

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