||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 65 (Dec)
||Arches Court of Canterbury
Dean Sheila Cameron QC, Chancellor Rupert Bursell QC and Chancellor Timothy Briden
||22 November 2005
Ecclesiastical law - Church - Faculty for use of church for secular purposes - Installation of mobile telephone aerials on church tower - Whether faculty should be granted.
When considering the question of unjustified public concern it would not be appropriate to incorporate a concept of 'material consideration' into the deliberations of the Consistory Court since that terminology had a special function in planning law and the two jurisdictions should not become confused. The wide-ranging role of the Consistory Court enabled a chancellor to take acco8nt of concerns expressed by objectors.
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