No5 barristers gain planning permission for 765 dwellings and costs in conjoined appeals
On 2 July 2014, the secretary of state issued his decision on two appeals against the Wychavon District Council’s refusal of planning permission for two large housing schemes. The first (Appeal A) was brought by Barberry Droitwich, represented by No5 Chambers’ Jeremy Cahill QC and Victoria Hutton, and was for up to 500 dwellings and a 200-unit care facility, a mixed-use local centre, public open space, access, landscaping and infrastructure at Pulley Lane and Newland Road, Droitwich.
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