Gary A Grant of Kings Chambers summarises the judgment of Lord Justice Lewis and Mr Justice Holgate in R (Rights ; Community : Action) v SSHCLG  EWHC 3073 (Admin) handed down on 17th November 2020.
“ Whether the development consent is seen as the planning permission granted by the GPDO 2015, or a combination of that planning permission, and the prior approval of specified matters before the development may begin, the two statutory instruments do not set the framework for future development consents. “
G A Grant
18th November 2020
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