This judgement (below) is nothing to do with the content of the evidence in the planning inquiry. The appellants (objectors) had claimed that their evidence had not been considered by the planning board even though they specifically asked that it should be. The supreme court found for the appellants and quashed the permission because the Board had not considered the evidence – even though they conceded that it would have been rejected by the board if they had considered it.
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