Screening for EIA and contaminated land remediation

The Court of Appeal has quashed a decision by the Secretary of State to grant planning permission for a major redevelopment project on the grounds that he failed to apply the correct legal test in deciding that no environmental impact assessment was required. The judgment contains important new principles as to the approach to be taken where remedial measures such as decontamination form part of a planning proposal.

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