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Supreme Court rules factory expansion can proceed despite flaws in environmental assessment process

Plans to extend a Norfolk factory should be allowed to proceed despite procedural irregularities, as proper compliance with the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process would not have led to a different conclusion, the UK's highest court has ruled. 24 Jul 2015

Stirling retail park owners fail in bid to sell wider range of non-food items

The owners of a retail park in Stirling have failed in their attempt to expand the type of goods there to a much wider range of non-food items. 22 Jul 2015

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UK plans for 'world-class telecoms infrastructure' not ambitious enough, says expert

The UK government needs to consider more ambitious changes to the laws governing new telecoms infrastructure if its plans for near-universal countrywide 4G and 'ultrafast' broadband coverage are to be successful, an expert has said. 15 Jul 2015

Edinburgh planning appeal highlights potential impact of new presumption in favour of development, says expert

Plans for a 650-home development on 'green belt' farmland to the south east of Edinburgh have been allowed on appeal after the reporter found the presumption in favour of certain developments in the Scottish Planning Policy (SPP) outweighed the local authority's... 26 Jun 2015

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