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19/07/2019

Legal briefs: Pembroke resident drops national park caravans appeal; Dublin College Green challenge ruled out-of-order

Words: Roger Milne
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A round-up of legal news: 13 July-19 July, 2019

Pembroke resident drops national park caravans appeal

A Pembroke resident has dropped an appeal against fines and costs totalling £17,170 following a case brought by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority over the illegal development of land with caravans at Manorbier Newton.

BBC News

Dublin College Green challenge ruled out-of-order

An environmental campaigner has no legal entitlement to challenge An Board Pleanála’s refusal for the College Green Civic Plaza plan in Dublin, the High Court has ruled.

Irish Times

Reigate & Banstead council wins temporary injunction banning illegal encampments

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council has secured a temporary High Court injunction to prevent illegal encampments on 158 sites across its area.

Local Government Lawyer

Farmer fined for Offa’s Dyke damage

A Knighton farmer has been ordered by Mold County Court to pay more than £2,000 for damage to Offa’s Dyke in Powys after he initially claimed his sheep were to blame.

BBC News

 

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