Standing issues in judicial review

The High Court has given a liberal interpretation of standing rules where an individual seeks to challenge the legality of an environmental permit. A local resident who was apparently homeless at the time of the application and played no significant part in statutory consultation processes was nevertheless held to have sufficient standing to apply for judicial review - and the fact that he was probably chosen as a test applicant who would qualify for legal aid did not amount to an abuse of legal process.

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