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Key issue: Does the “not prohibitively expensive” requirement in Art 11 of Directive 2011/92/EU have direct effect and what is the temporal application of that rule? The CJEU went on to confirm that…
Publisher:UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
Environmental NGO standing in administrative sanctioning procedure.
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Environmental NGO standing in administrative sanctioning procedure.
Publisher:UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
Access to justice in spatial (urban) planning law
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Access to justice in spatial (urban) planning law
Publisher:UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
Access to justice for the public concerned to challenge air quality plans
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Access to justice for the public concerned to challenge air quality plans
Publisher:UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
Standing – Those affected or likely to be affected by environmental damage must have access to justice to challenge such damage; this includes those with use rights that have been affected (such as…
Publisher:UNECE / Task Force on Access to Justice
Duty to give reasons: The Supreme Court explained the extent of the duty on local planning authorities to give reasons for their decisions to grant planning permission, including where applications…
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Standing – Environmental NGOs must be able to challenge decisions made within the framework of water law permit procedures. Where participation as a party to the administrative procedure is required…
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