acquire certain building as part of redevelopment scheme.
inquiry and inspected premises.
that its acquisition was unnecessary for satisfactory development of area.
decision that building was land ‘the
acquisition of which is reasonably necessary for the satisfactory development
or use’ of a clearance area under Housing Act 1957.
get decision quashed.
Appeal noted that objectors had called in a qualified surveyor whereas the
council had not.
reverse the inspector’s recommendation.
report of Inspector, and there was no material on which Minister could properly
overrule Inspector’s recommendation.
produced some evidence to Inspector to show how acquisition is ‘reasonably