Dentons acts for LxB in seeking permission for £50m redevelopment of Rushden Lakes
The Secretary of State has granted permission for the £50m, 465,000ft² retail and leisure redevelopment of Rushden Lakes in Northampton. Dentons acted for LxB throughout the process.
The process included the 12-day call-in inquiry held last year in response to demands for the government to step to a refuse permission by three local authorities and several institutional landowners.
Dentons’ Roy Pinnock, Melanie Blanchard and Stephen Ashworth led the process for LxB.
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