- Permission for limited infill in green belt quashed for lack of reasons (Tate)
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- Why did the court quash the planning permission?
Planning analysis: In Tate v Northumberland County Council, the High Court quashed planning permission for a dwelling to be located in the green belt, finding that Northumberland County Council (NCC) had failed to give reasons for concluding that the development amounted to limited infill in a village so that it was not necessary for there to be very special circumstances before planning permission is granted.
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