A local authority may take civil proceedings in its own name in respect of a public nuisance when it has suffered some particular, foreseeable and substantial damage over and above that sustained by the public at large1. In addition, a local authority may institute civil proceedings in its own name where it considers it expedient for the promotion or protection of the interests of the inhabitants of its area
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