Planning in UK Law
- Evans v Bartlam
Chartbrook Ltd v Persimmon Homes Ltd and another
......The structure of the agreement was that Persimmon would obtain planning permission and then, pursuant to a licence from Chartbrook, enter into possession, construct a mixed residential and commercial development ......
South Bucks District Council v Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions and another
...... in recent years in which your Lordships have had to consider the adequacy of reasons given in decisions made under the Town and Country Planning legislation. The three previous decisions were Westminster City Council v Great Portland Estates plc  1 AC 661 ("Westminster") concerning ......
Tesco Stores Ltd v Secretary of State for the Environment and Others
...... of unusual public importance bearing on the conditions which can be imposed, and the obligations which can be accepted, on the grant of planning permission and the point at which the imposition of conditions, and the acceptance of obligations, overlaps into the buying and selling of planning ......
R (Alconbury Developments Ltd) v Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions
...... with article 6 and accordingly made a declaration of incompatibility under section 4 of the 1998 Act: (a) The Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (i) section 77; (ii) section 78 and 79 (excluding the words inserted into sub section 79(4) by paragraph 19 of Schedule 7 to ......
Freeman & Lockyer (A Firm)(Plaintiffs) Buckhurst Park Properties (Mangal) Ltd and Shiv Kumar Kapoor (Defendants)
...... Park and thereby, discharging his obligation to maintain the property, and (2) that consideration was being given to the obtaining of planning pormlsslcn for the development of the property. There was In fact a purported resolution authorising payment on account of £100 to agents who had ......
- Patel and Others v Secretary of State for the Home Department [Sup Ct]
Crabb v Arun District Council
...... 3 In 1962 Mr. Alford died. His executors decided to develop the remaining 3 acres on the western side of the field. They obtained planning permission to erect dwelling houses on it. Under this proposal there was to be a new estate road made to give access from Hook Lane to the new ......
Save Britain's Heritage v Number 1 Poultry Ltd
......On the appeal site stand eight buildings listed under section 54 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1971 as buildings of special architectural or historic interest and a number of other buildings not so listed. The site as a whole lies within ......
Tesco Stores Ltd v Dundee City Council
......In 2009 Asda Stores Ltd and MacDonald Estates Group plc, the interveners in the present appeal, applied for planning permission to develop a superstore there. Dundee City Council, the respondents, concluded that a decision to grant planning permission would not be ......
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