‘Regrettable’ permit breach no reason to deny construction of boundary wall, finds Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal has denied an attempt to overturn planning permission for a boundary wall at a scrapyard in Essex, dismissing arguments that contamination issues had not been properly considered.

by Gareth Simkins

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