Air quality challenge over 4,000-home development quashed

The Court of Appeal has rejected a legal challenge asserting that the housing secretary’s decision not to call in a planning application on air quality grounds was unlawful

Aerial view of Canterbury
Air quality issues over the development of 4,000 houses on a site to the south west of Canterbury were thrashed out at the Court of Appeal last week. 

The Court of Appeal has rejected a legal challenge asserting that the housing secretary’s decision not to call in a planning application on air quality grounds was unlawful.

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