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R (BURKETT) v HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM LONDON BOROUGH COUNCIL AND ANOTHER

14 June 2002

Application for judicial review of planning permission: appeal to House of Lords against refusal of leave: whether time for applying running from date of grant Appeal from the Court of Appeal The applicants objected to a development proposed by the interested party, and in July 1999 their solicitors wrote to the respondent local planning authority stating that the interested party's environmental statement was inadequate. On 15 September 1999 the authority resolved that, subject to fulfilment of certain conditions, outline permission should be granted. On 6 April 2000 the applicants sought permission to apply for judicial review of that resolution. On 12 May 2000, the conditions being fulfilled, outline permission was granted. Permission to apply for judicial review was refused by the judge on the ground that it was out of time, and the Court of Appeal refused a renewed application and leave to appeal to the House of Lords. The House of Lords granted leave to th...

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