||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 499 (Nov)
||Queen's Bench Division, Administrative Court
||Jonathan Powell (instructed by Pollecoff Solicitors) for the claimant.
||Paul Greatorex (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the defendants.
||30 November 2007
Town and country planning - Permission for development - Refusal - Claimant challenging inspector's decision upholding planning authority's refusal of permission - Whether inspecter erring in assessing access to proposed dwelling as a cul-de-sac.
Town and country planningPermission for development. The developer's appeal against the inspector's decision, upholding the planning authority's refusal to allow it permission to build a dwelling house at land to the rear of a property in Surrey, was dismissed as the inspector had been entitled to come to his conclusion that the planned development would represent development in depth involving the formation of a new cul-de-sac, which could be an access road that led to dead end, contrary to policy BE7, and specifically criterion (F), of the Tandridge District local Plan 2001.
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