||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 213 (Mar)
||Valerie Easty (instructed by Justine Compton) for the claimant.
||Robert Palmer (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the Secretary of State.
||11 March 2004
Town and country planning - Development - Green Belt - Inappropriate development - Very special circumstances - Gypsy site.
The defendant Secretary of State's inspector had not erred in refusing the claimant's appeal against the local planning authority's decision not to grant planning permission to develop land within the green belt as a gypsy caravan site. The inspector had given full consideration to the educational and health care needs of the family, and the implications behind a disruption in those needs. Consequently, the claimant's application to quash the inspector's decision under s288 of the was dismissed.
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