- Local planning authority’s decision to de-allocate sites for housing at last minute upheld (CK Properties v Epping Forest DC)
- What are the practical implications of this case?
- What is the legislative and policy background to the case?
- Preparing development plan documents
- Challenging the validity of strategies, plans and documents
- What is the factual background to the case?
- Why did the court dismiss the challenge?
- Jurisdiction of the court
- Evidence base justifying allocation of sites
- Breach of regulation 19
- Case details
Planning analysis: In CK Properties v Epping Forest DC, the Planning Court upheld the decision of Epping Forest District Council (the Council) to de-allocate a number of sites for housing at the last stage before submitting its draft local plan for independent examination.
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