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  • Supreme Court clarifies when An Bord Pleanala Decision Becomes Final

    The Supreme Court have unanimously ruled that An Bord Pleanala decisions become final only when they are put in formal writing in the form of an order and not when they are made at Board meetings, as was contended by An Bord Pleanala.

    This important clarification arose from two commercial developments whereby objectors has withdrawn appeals yet An Bord Pleanala continued to issue a decision on the appeal as the withdrawal occurred after the decision was made at the Board meeting.

    The decision means the two commercial developments, one in Wicklow and one in Wexford, can now proceed.

    Published on December 10, 2013 By:David Mulcahy · Filed under: Court Cases; Tagged as: , , ,
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