Wembley primary school loses planning battle over fundraiser car park

A London primary school that has been raising funds by allowing visitors to Wembley Stadium to use its playground as a car park on event days has found itself embroiled in a lengthy planning battle. In a judgment at the High Court in London this week, a planning judge dismissed an earlier ruling that allowed the fundraising scheme, and said that a planning inspector must reconsider whether parking should be allowed. The school, Oakington Manor Primary School, says that it has been using land on the school as car parking for events for 20 years. The school has been charging
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