Wychavon District Council v Secretary of State for the Environment and Another: CA 24 Oct 1994

The Secretary of State was entitled to a costs order whether or not matter of principle had arisen in the course of a planning appeal.


Ind Summary 24-Oct-1994, [1994] 64 PandCR 120


England and Wales


Appeal fromWychavon District Council v Secretary of State for Environment and Another QBD 7-Jan-1994
A Local Authority may not rely upon an unimplemented EC directive to make a claim, since it was not an individual. . .

Cited by:

CitedForrester v The Secretary Of State For The Environment And South Buckinghamshire District Council Admn 14-Mar-1997
The applicant appealed dismissal of his appeal against a planning enforcement notice issued by the respondent. He said the change had taken place more than ten years before the notice and so was immune to enforcement proceedings. An earlier decision . .
CitedBolton Metropolitan District Council and Others v Secretary of State for the Environment and Others No 2 HL 17-Jul-1995
The applicants had been successful in their appeal against a refusal of planning permission. The Secretary of State had awarded himself and the applicants their costs against the Council. The Council asked the House to give guidance on the . .
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Costs, Planning

Updated: 03 August 2022; Ref: scu.90634