||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 11 (Nov)
||David Watkinson (instructed by South West Law Ltd) for the claimant.
||James Maurici (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the Secretary of State.
||3 November 2003
Town and country planning - Planning permission - Gypsy caravan site - Eight applications by individual applicants - Consideration of individual applications - Appropriateness of granting some of the eight applications.
In all the circumstances, the Secretary of State's planning inspector had considered globally eight applications from eight individual applicants for planning permission for a gypsy site, and had failed to consider whether, having regard to the personal circumstances of individual applicants, it would be possible to grant less than eight permissions to avoid the harm identified by the inspector, namely that caused by the number of caravans.
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