Planning permissions had been deemed to have been granted for the construction of the East London Line Extension to Dalston. It was proposed to demolish an historic goods yard with associated buildings to make way for the line. The claimant objected that the new line could be constructed to make good use of mucjh of the existing structures. HELD: Permission for review was granted, and the court declared that material operations had already been undertaken in breach of conditions of the permissions.
 EWHC 2307 (Admin)
England and Wales
Cited – Dillner, Regina (on The Application of) v Sheffield City Council Admn 27-Apr-2016
The claimant challenged the policy of the respondent council to replace many established trees along streets in the City.
Held: Permission to apply for review was refused: ‘Some concern has been expressed by objectors to the scheme that, in . .
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Updated: 07 May 2022; Ref: scu.189094