Land Securities Group plc v Scottish Ministers and others

November 2006
EG: Estates Gazette;11/11/2006, Issue 645, p190
Trade Publication
The article presents the court case between Land Securities Group plc versus Scottish Ministers and others regarding a dispute on town and country planning. The appellant was one of a number of companies that brought proceedings to challenge development plans for the site of a former steelworks at Ravenscraig, Scotland. The site, which lay a short distance from Motherwell town center, covered a large area.


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