Appeal By Catesby Property Group: Land at Binhamy Farm, Stratton Road, Bude, EX23 9TG

Fri, 29 Jul 2011

Jeremy Cahill QC acted on behalf of the Appellant in this case. Attached is the recent decision of the Secretary of State. This case constitutes a sea change in DCLG's handling of cases where there is no 5 year housing land supply. The Secretary of State has expressly acknowledged the practical importance of The Plan For Growth in housing appeals.
To read more on this please see the decision letter by clicking here.
A full article on the subject has been released on the No5 Chambers Publications Page and be accessed here  
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