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02/09/2016

Legal briefs: Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal over transport to regeneration site

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

A round-up of legal news: 27 August-2 September, 2016

Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal over transport to regeneration site

The Supreme Court has refused to give the London Borough of Enfield permission to appeal in a dispute with the government over the number of trains stopping near a major regeneration scheme.

Local Government Lawyer 

‘Box on wheels’ chip van must have planning - Bórd Pleanála

An Bord Pleanála has sided with Galway County Council in a long-running planning dispute over a chipper van’s use of a Connemara business park.

The Irish Times 

Malahide group to challenge adventure park plans

Campaigners have vowed to bring a legal challenge against a decision by Fingal County Council to approve planning for a forest adventure facility in the woodlands of the Malahide Demesne, County Dublin.

The Irish Times 

Judge refuses permission for challenge to major cycling lane scheme

A High Court judge has rejected a legal challenge to proposals for a major cycling lane scheme in the London Borough of Enfield.

Local Government Lawyer 

Council defeats challenge by unsuccessful bidder for development partner role

West Berkshire Council’s regeneration of a key site in Newbury can proceed after the High Court dismissed a legal challenge by an unsuccessful bidder for development partner status.

Local Government Lawyer

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