Scheme did not need to be next to a settlement to 'immediately adjoin' it, says court

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a scheme did not need to be next to an existing settlement to comply with a local plan policy that favoured development “immediately adjoining” such urban areas.

by Court reporter
The Royal Courts of Justice, where Court of Appeal hearings are hosted
The Royal Courts of Justice, where Court of Appeal hearings are hosted

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