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07/09/2018

Legal briefs: Greenpeace goes to court over Anglesey nuclear site move; Coolquay halting site challenged

Words: Roger Milne
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A round-up of legal news: 1 September-7 September, 2018

Greenpeace goes to court over Anglesey nuclear site move

Greenpeace solicitors have launched a legal challenge over the recommendation from Anglesey County Council officials to approve site preparation work for a proposed new nuclear power plant which is awaiting a development consent order.

BBC News

Coolquay halting site challenge

Fingal County Council’s decision to grant planning permission for a halting site in Coolquay to accommodate travellers being moved to make way for a new runway for Dublin airport has been challenged in the High Court.

Irish Times

Liverpool transfers land charges data to national register

Liverpool City Council has become the second local authority to transfer its local land charges data to the new national register as part of a project to centralise all local authority land charge data by 2025.

Local Government Lawyer

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