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14/06/2019

Legal briefs: High Court success over Wembley parking enforcement; German supermarkets tussle over Aberystwyth stores

Words: Roger Milne
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A round-up of legal news: 8 June-14 June, 2019

High Court success over Wembley parking enforcement

The London Borough of Brent has successfully appealed to the High Court against a planning inspector’s ‘out-of-time’ revocation of an enforcement notice against a school providing parking spaces for Wembley Stadium events. The inspector had failed to consider the council's argument that a material change of use of the land through intensification had occurred in 2016.

Local Government Lawyer

German supermarkets tussle over Aberystwyth stores

Retailer Lidl has threatened to go to court over Ceredigion Council’s decision to give the go-ahead to an Aldi supermarket in Aberystwyth. 

BBC News

Court appearance for Causeway hotel

North Antrim MLA Jim Allister and a neighbour have been in court challenging Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s decision to approve a new £20 million hotel and leisure complex on the north coast close to their homes.

Belfast Telegraph

Walton on Thames sports centre consent row

Elmbridge Borough Council’s sports centre in Walton-on-Thames was built and opened two years ago without planning permission, a High Court judge has decided as consent was revoked for a second time.

Local Government Lawyer

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