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03/06/2016

Legal briefs: Judicial review challenge ended after deal struck over electric car racing series

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

A round-up of legal news: 28 May-3 June, 2016

Businessman slams council's planning permission 'hypocrisy' as he faces court over signs

A prominent businessman is livid after Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council decided to take him to court for erecting small signs on street furniture without planning permission and it transpired that the local authority had failed to secure planning permission for much larger banners it had displayed.

Belfast Telegraph

Judicial review challenge ended after deal struck over electric car racing series

A judicial review challenge to Wandsworth Council’s planning permission to allow Battersea Park to be used for an electric car racing series has been withdrawn after agreement was reached for it to be the last year it is held there.

Local Government Lawyer

Secretary of state consents to judgment over 220-house scheme

The secretary of state, Greg Clark, has agreed that his recovered decision to refuse permission for BDW Trading Ltd's 220 house scheme on land at Boughton Lane, Loose, Maidstone in Kent, should be quashed following a High Court case.

Landmark Chambers

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