Residents granted judicial review of Earls Court scheme
By Ben Cook 12 October 2012
Two residents associations have been granted a judicial review of a plan by two west London boroughs to demolish their estates in order to make way for the redevelopment of the Earls Court exhibition centre and the surrounding area.
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