CD Brinklow and Croft Brothers (London) v Secretary of State for the Environment

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(1976) 241 EG 461 This case concerned an allegation by a claimant that the Council's real motive for making a CPO was to displace the uses on the site, rather than provide housing on the site. The secretary of state considered that the question of relocation of the displaced uses was irrelevant to...

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