Inspector's consent for 475 homes on unallocated site overturned by High Court over emerging plan conflict

A planning inspector's permission for 475 homes on an unallocated greenfield site has been overturned by a High Court judge, after she found that the government official made an "error" in failing to consider the scheme's conflict with policies in an emerging local plan.

by Court reporter
The Royal Courts of Justice in London. Pic: Getty Images
The Royal Courts of Justice in London. Pic: Getty Images

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