Case Law >> Reasonably foreseeable
In Commercial Estates Group v Secretary of state for communities and local government  EWHC 3089 (Admin), the high court rejected claims that an environmental impact assessment (EIA) was necessary before the communities secretary approved plans for a residential development.Commercial Estates Group (CEG) claimed that the communities secretary should have taken into account the potential large housing allocation (the sustainable urban extension or SUE proposal), which w
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