Planning decisions and human rights

The High Court's ruling in December that long-established decision-making procedures in planning and highways matters are incompatible with the Human Rights Act 1999 will have sent shock waves through Government. The judgement throws into doubt the role of the Secretary of State in individual planning decisions and other land-related matters, and if upheld on appeal will probably require the establishment of new institutional machinery.

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