Ruling shows effective mitigation cannot simply be assumed in planning decisions

How far a comprehensive remediation scheme is necessary when redeveloping contaminated land was considered by the High Court in a case challenging a decision to grant outline planning permission for a residential development at a former carcass-rendering site

by Karen Jones
Karen Jones: rulings shows decision-makers are not entitled to assume effective mitigation will take place
Karen Jones: rulings shows decision-makers are not entitled to assume effective mitigation will take place

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