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01/03/2019

Appeal: Council must pay costs for ‘openness’ misinterpretation

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Warrington Borough Council / 1032568561

Warrington Borough Council must pay costs for failing to distinguish between ‘openness’ as it relates to green belt policy and openness as a descriptive term, in refusing plans for two agricultural buildings.

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