Town and country planning – Planning authority. An inspector for the Secretary of State approved the defendant local authority's core strategy for 56 new dwellings to a village out of 226 for the locality. The claimant challenged the core strategy. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the application, held that the inspector had not erred in law in concluding that the core strategy had been sound and that his decision had not been Wednesbury unreasonable. Further, the challenge to the adequacy of the inspector's reasons had not been made out.