Case law - court upholds decision to reject green belt plan

The High Court has dismissed a claim to quash the decision to refuse planning permission for a strategic rail freight interchange (SRFI) near Slough.

Goodman Logistics applied in 2010 for planning permission for the interchange on land north of the A4 between Slough and Heathrow. The site is in the green belt and is designated as a strategic gap in the council’s core strategy. The council refused planning permission. This decision was backed ...

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