Updated: EU court rules on costs of planning challenges
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that the UK must ensure that the cost of mounting a legal challenge on environmental grounds is not "unreasonable"Under the Aarhus Convention and the Public Participation Directive (2003/35/EC), the UK has to ensure that environmental legal proceedings, such as judicial reviews of planning decisions, are “not pro
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