Judge quashes inspector’s green belt quarry refusal over biodiversity net gain 'error'

A High Court judge has quashed a planning inspector's refusal of plans for a sand and gravel quarry in the green belt, ruling that the inspector had made an "error in law" in his assessment of the weight that should be attached to the scheme's proposed level of biodiversity net gain.

by Michael Donnelly

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