Case Law >> When timing still matters
Experts from Lexis PSL discuss the recent Berky judgement on the timing of making a judicial review claim and what this means for developersIn R (Berky) v Newport City Council  EWCA Civ 378, the Court of Appeal held that a claim for judicial review was not brought “promptly”, even though it was within the three-month time limit for
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