Regina v Leicestershire City Council Ex parte Powergen UK Plc: QBD 17 Nov 1999

A planning permission had been granted requiring detailed proposals for the development to be delivered before a certain date. The applicant submitted proposals for part only of the site, requesting a variation to allow such a part proposal. The request was refused and the applicant challenged it by way of review. It was held that the site and the development were clearly intended to mean the same. No legitimate expectation had arisen.


Gazette 17-Nov-1999


England and Wales


ApprovedPye v Secretary of State for Environment and North Cornwall District Council Admn 5-May-1998
An application was made under section 73 to develop land without compliance with conditions previously attached to a planning permission, the relevant condition being that the development commence within five years of the date of planning . .
See AlsoRegina v Leicester City Council and Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc and Powergen UK Plc ex parte Safeway Stores Admn 18-Jan-1999
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CitedRobert Hitchins Ltd, Regina (on The Application of) v Worcesteshire County Council and Others Admn 18-Nov-2014
A planning permission was granted with an agreement under section 106. A second permission was later granted. The court was now asked whether the section 106 agreement applied also to the second permission.
Held: As a matter of law, the . .
Appeal fromRegina v Leicester City Council ex parte Powergen UK Limited CA 2000
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