Judicial review and standing against waste facility planning consent

The High Court has held that local residents challenging the legality of planning permission granted for a waste facility could legitimately form a limited company to bring the judicial review. In light of increasing concerns over the costs of judicial review actions and whether they are compatible with the requirements of the Aarhus Convention, the use of a limited liability company may go some way towards reducing exposure to excessive costs.

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