||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 278 (Jan)
||Daniel Kolinsky (instructed by Richard Buxton) for the claimant.
||Tim Mould (instructed by London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames) for the defendant.
||27 January 2005
Town and country planning - Development - General development order - Procedure - Planning committee - Previous refusal of permission - Planning committee not bound by previous decisions - Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) (England) Amendment Order 1995, , art 22.
In the majority of cases art22 of the Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) (England) Amendment Order 1995, required that a planning committee should have given their decision by way of a separate summary of reasons. In the instant case, there were a range of arguments over many issues and matters that had needed to be resolved. The present case had illustrated that simply to refer the public or interested parties to the planning application report and the minutes of the planning committee meeting was not enough to fully shed light on how any particular decision had been reached or to properly comply with art22 of the Order.
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