||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 214 (May)
|| EWCA Civ 600
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Pill, Maurice Kay and Moore-Bick LJJ
||Richard Harwood (instructed by Richard Buxton Solicitors) for A.
||James Maurici (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the Secretary of State.
||David Forsdick (instructed by SJ Berwin Solicitors) for Coin Street Community Builders Ltd (CSCB).
||24 May 2010
Town and country planning - Permission for development - Appeal - Aggrieved person - Challenge to grant of permission on grounds of irrationality and taking into account immaterial considerations - Appellant being resident of local area - Judge finding not sufficiently involved in planning permission process to count as aggrieved person for purpose of challenge to planning permission - Whether Secretary of State's reasoning on certain issue unlawful - Whether appellant having standing to make statutory challenge to Secretary of State's decision - s 288.
Town and country planning Permission for development. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, found that the judge had been correct in finding that the Secretary of State had not made a mistake of fact or had regard to an immaterial consideration in upholding her decision to grant planning permission for a site in London. The Court extracted the relevant principles when considering whether a person was aggrieved within the meaning of s288 of the ; and concluded that the appellant had not played a sufficiently active role in the planning process properly to be described as aggrieved within the meaning of that word in s288.
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