Supreme Court exercises discretion over EIA rules

A court decision on a planning appeal raises important points about the local environmental screening process

The Supreme Court has exercised its right to discretion over the implementation of environmental rules to rule in favour of an industrial development in Norfolk.

The decision raises important points about the local environmental screening process, how assessments of environmental impacts and mitigation are made and the relationship between domestic and EU law.

The case relates to Crisp Malting Group Ltd, a malting company with plants in England and Scotland.

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