Delay and breach of EC requirements on EIA

The Court of Appeal has firmly rejected the argument that an alleged breach of EC environment legislation overrides national procedural requirements to bring judicial review actions without undue delay. The decision concerned a planning application claimed to have been granted in breach of the 1985 Directive on environmental assessment, and the result emphasises yet again the need for legal challenges to such permissions to be mounted very swiftly.

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