Case law >> EIA and predicting pollution
Experts from Lexis PSL on a High Court ruling that it was "irrational" for a local authority to decide an EIA was unnecessary and then impose planning conditions anticipating contamination at the siteIn Champion v North Norfolk District Council and another  EWHC 1065 (Admin) the court quashed a planning permission on the basis that it was not rationally possible to impose planning conditions
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