- ‘National Park’ branding for the Broads
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- What was the key issue for the court to decide?
- What was the background to the case?
- Why did the court dismiss the challenge?
- What are the implications of the decision for public bodies with duties over similar areas of land which do not have National Park status?
Planning analysis: Could a recent decision allow public bodies to adopt ‘National Park’ branding, without prioritising conservation? Caroline May, head of environment, health and safety, and Emilia Richards, associate, both at Norton Rose Fulbright, examine the dismissal of a claim against the Broads Authority.
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