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The Supreme Court Draws a Line for the Board in Cheese Factory Case

Ireland - February 25 2022 The Supreme Court delivered a judgment on 16 February 2022 providing a level of certainty for the construction of a major cheese factory at…

When Grounds and Evidence Must be Raised with the Decision-Maker First in a Judicial Review

Ireland - January 20 2022 In this case, the question raised was whether or not evidence or grounds not previously brought before the decision-maker could be brought before the…

Are Standard Design Features a Mitigation Measure in an Appropriate Assessment?

European Union, Ireland - January 20 2022 This High Court case concerned a proposed development in Trim, Co. Meath, which was to consist of 320 dwellings. Trim is designated as a heritage town…

How Reliable is Agreeing “Points of Detail” of a Planning Permission with the Planning Authority?

Ireland - January 20 2022 When a planning permission is issued by an Irish planning authority, it is often issued subject to conditions, some of which may be required to be…

Derogation Licences - A Question for the Court of Justice of the European Union

European Union, Ireland - January 14 2022 The judicial review proceedings were brought by the Hellfire Massy Residents’ Association (the Residents’ Association) related to the proposed Dublin…