Court of Appeal rejects repeat challenge to gas terminal development
The courts have consistently stated that third-party judicial review challenges to planning applications must be made promptly or risk being thrown out. A recent Court of Appeal decision, relating to the massive liquefied natural gas terminals at Milford Haven, illustrates how rare it is for the courts to permit a case to be reopened following a decision not to allow a judicial review. It appears to be the first time these powers have been considered in an environmental case.
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