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R (Jayes) -v- Flintshire CC

R (Jayes) -v- Flintshire CC and Hamilton (interested party) [2017] EWHC 874 (Admin) 13

Mr Hamilton obtained planning permission for a Gypsy site for a temporary period of not more than 5 years. A neighbouring objector challenged this on several grounds. Before C.M.G. Ockelton (sitting as a deputy high court judge), Mr Jayes was successful on his first ground and the Planning Inspector’s decision was quashed.

R (O’Brien) – v – South Cambridgeshire Council and the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government

R (O’Brien) – v – South Cambridgeshire Council and the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government [2016] EWHC 36 (Admin), 22 January 2016

This case involved applications for retrospective planning permission.  Localism Act 2011 Section 123 amends Town and Country Planning Act 1990  by adding a new Section 70C which reads as follows:-

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