Irrelevant/Relevant Considerations

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ex parte Hutton
Irrelevant Considerations - council increased price of administering sex licence scheme due to fall in income previous year - applicant tried to argue was an irrelevant consideration but divisional court held it was not
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Vasilou v Secretary of State for Transport
Failing to regard mandatory considerations - concerned the stopping of a road - court held that sec of state had failed to take into account the potential loss of trade to local businesses - which was a relevant consideration
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Luby v Newcastle-under-Lyme Corporation
Discretionary Relevant Considerations - corporation chose to cover costs e.g. repairs and loan capital when setting rent prices - Luby argued that they hadnt considered whether the tenants could afford it - court said it was up to decision maker
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Tesco Stored Ltd v Secretary for State for the Environment
Weight of considerations - Sec state refused planning permission - tesco offered to pay for the link road and argued sec state hadnt considered this enough - court said unless wed unreasonable, its up to decison maker how they weight considerations
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West Glamorgan County Council v Rafferty
Disproportionate Weight - evicted gypsies because of nuisance/danger/obstruction - but hadnt in the past 10 years placed enough consideration about the fact they hadnt supplied suitable accomodation for the gypsies
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Failing to regard mandatory considerations - concerned the stopping of a road - court held that sec of state had failed to take into account the potential loss of trade to local businesses - which was a relevant consideration

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Vasilou v Secretary of State for Transport

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Discretionary Relevant Considerations - corporation chose to cover costs e.g. repairs and loan capital when setting rent prices - Luby argued that they hadnt considered whether the tenants could afford it - court said it was up to decision maker

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Weight of considerations - Sec state refused planning permission - tesco offered to pay for the link road and argued sec state hadnt considered this enough - court said unless wed unreasonable, its up to decison maker how they weight considerations

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Disproportionate Weight - evicted gypsies because of nuisance/danger/obstruction - but hadnt in the past 10 years placed enough consideration about the fact they hadnt supplied suitable accomodation for the gypsies

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