- Supreme Court considers validity of service of notice (UKI (Kingsway) Ltd v Westminster City Council)
- What are the practical implications of this case?
- What was the background?
- What did the Supreme Court decide?
Local Government analysis: In UKI (Kingsway) Ltd v Westminster City Council, the Supreme Court decided that the appellant local authority had validly served a completion notice on the respondent property owner, thereby bringing its building into the rating list, even though the notice was not delivered directly to the respondent but instead to the receptionist of a company that was managing the building and then sent a scanned copy of it by email to the respondent. Sebastian Kokelaar, barrister at 3 Stone Buildings, examines the court's decision.
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