Thursday 13 April 2017
Today the council denied it had been fooled and claimed the planning committee made the right decision.
A spokesman said: 'The council has undertaken a review of the decision through the council's complaints process and due process has been followed.
'Planning permission is connected to the land – not an individual person – therefore a future owner of the site could implement the permission.'
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