R (on the application of Berky) v Newport City Council

Dobson, Sally
April 2012
EG: Estates Gazette;4/7/2012, Issue 1214, p62
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The article discusses the British court case R (on the application of Berky) v. Newport City Council in which the appellant wanted to challenge the granting of a town and country planning permission. The question of whether the permission was properly refused on its merits is considered. It describes the city council's granting of permission for a mixed use development and the appellant's claim that no environmental impact assessment was required under town and country planning rules.


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