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Out-Law: No breach of natural justice when planning inspector relied on matters not identified as main issues

A planning inspector was not in breach of the rules of natural justice or procedural fairness when she dismissed an appeal against a refusal of planning permission on grounds that had not previously been identified as 'main issues', the Court of Appeal has... 17 Apr 2014

Starbucks UK head office move makes "good business sense", though impact on tax bills will be small says expert

The announcement by coffee chain Starbucks that it will move its European head office from Amsterdam to London makes "good business sense" for the international firm, but will not make a huge difference to the amount of tax that it pays, an expert has said.... 17 Apr 2014

EU adopts revised EIA Directive

New EU rules on the procedure for environmental impact assessments (EIA) will come into force shortly following the Council of the European Union's adoption of a directive to amend the existing EIA directive this week. 17 Apr 2014

Muse and Lambeth sign £135m Brixton regeneration deal

Muse Developments has entered into a development agreement with the London Borough of Lambeth to redevelop the area around the town hall in Brixton. 17 Apr 2014

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