High Court blocks Bath housing association project
Bath-based social housing provider Curo Places has had planning permission for a large development quashed following a legal challenge brought by a local residents association. Bath and North East Somerset Council gave Curo outline planning permission to redevelop part of Bath’s Foxhill Estate last November. The developer planned to demolish up to 542 homes and […]
Court of Appeal weighs Secretary of State’s obligations to be consistent
The Court of Appeal in London said that it would be “unrealistic” for the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government to always be consistent when exercising his planning powers — but his decisions can be challenged when he isn’t
Holyoake refused permission to appeal court defeat to Candy brothers
The Court of Appeal has rejected Mark Holyoake’s bid to challenge a high court ruling dismissing his £100m-plus claim against Christian and Nick Candy. The result leaves him facing a legal costs bill in the millions.
High Court backs Crest Nicholson in valuation dispute
A High Court judge has backed homebuilder Crest Nicholson in a valuation dispute that could be worth tens of millions of pounds