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29/07/2016

Legal briefs: Court of Session approves Stronelairg wind farm; Mayor condemns illegal demolition of conservation housing

Words: Roger Milne
Courtroom Gavel - legal changes that affect planners

A round-up of legal news: 23 July-29 July, 2016

Court of Session approves Stronelairg wind farm

A 67-turbine wind farm has been approved despite objections raised by a conservation trust.

The Planner

Village loses its battle against a major housing development

The Suffolk village of Woolverstone has lost its battle against a major housing development, which icludes 200 homes to be built on the derelict HMS Ganges naval base on the Shotley Peninsula.

BBC News Live (09:49)

Mayor condemns illegal demolition of conservation housing

Tower Hamlets Council in East London is considering taking legal action following the unprecedented unauthorised demolition of several unlisted properties in the Coldharbour conservation area.

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

Planning row couple’s latest bid to save family home fails as judge dismisses claims of bias

A County Down couple have failed in their latest bid to quash a planning breach conviction, after claiming that their human rights were violated by an "unfair hearing".

Belfast Telegraph

 

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