Giles Cannock QC secures permission for the demolition of existing redundant industrial buildings

Giles Cannock QC secures permission for the demolition of existing redundant industrial buildings

Giles Cannock QC has secured planning permission on Appeal for up to 150 dwellings on an existing employment site at Oxclose Lane, Mansfield. The Appellant overcame 4 reasons for refusal concerning: (i) whether the proposal demonstrated a high quality design which resulted in an integrated development; (ii) the accessibility of the site; (iii) impact to the employment land supply; and (iv) viability and contributions to affordable housing. After a hybrid Inquiry (post-Roswell), which combined informal topic-based Hearings with formal cross-examination, the Inspector found in favour of the Appellant on all matters.

Giles was Instructed by Anna Cartledge, Shoosmiths and called Chris Bancroft (Highways), Craig Straw (Innes England Ltd), David Hutchinson (Boyer), Ben Hunter (EFM) and Adam Burdett (Intali).

A copy of the appeal can be viewed here 

 

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