Jedwell v Denbighshire County Council and others

Town and country planning – Permission for development. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, on an appeal against the dismissal of a challenge to the grant of planning permission for two wind turbines, held, among other things, that the present was one of those rare cases in which cross-examination had been necessary for justice both to be done and to be seen to be done. The judge had approached the question of cross-examination in a way that had been wrong in principle. The appeal would be allowed to the extent indicated and the case would be remitted to the Administrative Court.

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