- Court clarifies duties to consider listed buildings and scheduled monuments in planning decisions
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Planning analysis: Nicola MacLennan, associate, and Vanessa Ralph, legal director, in the DLA Piper planning team, consider the implications of the court’s decision in Williams v Powys County Council, that where there is a view encompassing both a listed building and the development, not everything encompassed in such a view comprises the setting of the building.
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