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28/07/2017

Legal briefs: Liverpool City Council begins legal action over stalled £200m development

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

A round-up of legal news: 22 July-28 July, 2017

Liverpool City Council begins legal action over stalled £200m development

Liverpool City Council has begun legal action against the tenant company of the stalled £200 million New Chinatown development.

Local Government Lawyer

Council wins appeal over application by planning inspector of 10% ‘lapse rate’

A planning inspector unlawfully imposed a 10 per cent ‘lapse rate’ when allowing a housing appeal in Wokingham, the High Court has ruled.

Local Government Lawyer

Borough council defends judicial review challenge over draft neighbourhood plan

Waverley Borough Council has successfully defended in the High Court its approval of a draft neighbourhood plan for Farnham, which was challenged by a developer whose sites were not allocated for development.

Local Govenrment Lawyer

Musgrave objects to redevelopment works at Blackrock Shopping Centre

A legal row over the redevelopment of the Blackrock Shopping Centre in south Dublin has gone to court, with a retailer claiming the works will reduce parking and impact business.

Irish Times

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