Baroness Cuberlege of Newick and another v Secrtary of State for Communities and Local Government and another

Town and country planning – Permission for development. The first defendant Secretary of State had unlawfully failed to take into account his own previous decision when having granted the second defendant conditional outline planning permission, including for a residential development of up to 50 dwellings. Accordingly, the Planning Court quashed the decision, as the second defendant had failed to establish that the Secretary of State's decision would necessarily have been the same regardless of that error.

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