Planning permission: Humpty Dumpty and the sequential approach — Tesco v Dundee
It is well established that, when determining planning applications, planning authorities must proceed upon a proper understanding of the development plan. This briefing looks at the key points arising from a recent UK Supreme Court decision on this question and the potential for that decision to drive a coach and horses through the meaning of “suitable” in the context of the sequential approach.
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