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Appeal: Extra word added to policy quotation costs council

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A Berkshire council behaved unreasonably by ‘inserting an additional word’ when citing one of its spatial policies in its officer’s report, which ‘significantly altered’ the policy’s meaning, an inspector has ruled.

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