Withdrawal fails to stave off cost award

May 2010
Planning (14672073);5/28/2010, Issue 1870, p19
The article discusses a court case wherein the decision of the city council to withdraw its objections to the appellants' proposal to discharge three clauses in an obligation agreed in 1995, relative to the permission for residential development, has not saved it from a full award of costs in Wiltshire, England.


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