Transport secretary Grant Shapps must ‘re-determine’ his decision on Highways England’s planning application for the Stonehenge Tunnel after a High Court judge ruled his original decision to approve the scheme as ‘unlawful’.
New Civil Engineer writes:
A statement released by the Planning Inspectorate adds that the original planning approval has been ‘quashed, following the High Court ruling. It adds that ‘the Secretary of State must now re-determine that application’. More details about the re-determination process will be released in ‘due course’…
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