Thursday 3rd December at 5pm
Episode 11: with Duncan Wilson OBE, Chief Executive of Historic England
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Each week, the panel – Paul G Tucker QC, Mary Cook, Sasha White QC, Charlie Banner QC and Christopher Young QC – discuss the latest developments in planning law and policy from the week. As before, “there is no charge for the event, but we would encourage you to make a modest donation to the NHS Combined Charity Page (click here), Shelter (click here) or whichever local charity you may prefer.
Our Special Guest this week is Duncan Wilson OBE, Chief Executive of Historic England
Court Judgments of the week:
- R (oao Whitehead) v Mid Sussex DC & Gleeson Strategic Land EWHC 3166 a decision of Mrs Justice Laing dismissing an application for JR of a decision to grant outline permission for up to 500 dwellings, on a strategic site at Copthorne, with no on site G&T provision, but a financial contribution for offsite provision.
- R (oao Wingfield) v Canterbury City Council & Redrow Homes (South East)  EWCA Civ 1588 a decision of the Court of Appeal under CPR 52.30 (1) refusing to reopen orders refusing permission to appeal against the Council’s decision to grant permssion for development on the east side of Canterbury.
- Flaxby Park Ltd v Harrogate BC, Secretary of State for CLG et al  EWHC 3204,a decision of Mr Justice Holgate on a section 113 local plan challenge to policy DM4 identifying Green Hammerton/Cattal as a broad location for a new settlement based on failures to comply with the SEA Directive.
Decision of the week:
- An inspector’s decision 25th November 2020 allowing an appeal against the refusal by a waste authority to grant permssion on a section 73 application to increase throughout of green waste from 8,000 to 23,500 tonnes per annum at Blackbirds Lane, Aldenham, Hertfordshire.
Plus “Praise of the Week” and “Nudge of the Week”
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