Home > Cases > University of Leicester v Secretary of State [2016] EWHC 476 (Admin) [2016] JPL 709

This case concerned the relevance of extrinsic evidence when construing planning permission, as well as the ambit of section 75 (3) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and the meaning of ancillary uses. Supperstone J decided that there is no limit on the material that can be examined when there is an ambiguity on the face of the permission.

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