Town and country planning – Permission for development. The defendant local planning authority's failure to re-consult on a planning application following amendments had been so unfair as to be unlawful. The Planning Court, in allowing the claimants' applications for judicial review of the grant of planning permission, further held that the failure to enable the claimant in the first action to inspect two letters in an unredacted form had substantially prejudiced it, and had been unfair and unlawful.