Environmental law dissertation

ELF is already witnessing the chilling effect on environmental justice of recent changes to the costs rules as the uncertainty of potential costs liability bites deterring many groups from bringing claims. However, we are also working with groups to look for alternative avenues to achieve their aims. A recent case is a good example of this. A community group in Leeds were concerned that proper consideration had not been given to the street scene in a decision by Leeds City Council (LCC) granting planning permission for a housing development in a conservation area. The grant gave permission for the replacement of a bungalow set on a large plot of land with a four-storey block of flats which would take up a larger part of the green space. This appeared counter to a decision in 2012 refusing a similar proposal on the grounds of impact on the street scene in terms of ...

Environmental law dissertation

environmental law dissertation

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