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Oystons suffer another courtroom setback

By seasider in

Blackpool FC


9 months ago
RE: Oystons suffer another courtroom setback
By seasider 9 months ago
A company run by the men at the top of Blackpool FC has lost a legal battle against Fylde Council.



Oyston Estates Ltd – which lists Owen and Karl Oyston as directors – has been ordered to pay the council’s £1,250 legal costs for a failed legal challenge over a decision that could make it harder to build homes on land it owns in St Annes.



The firm, which is separate from the football club, went to the High Court to challenge the St Annes Neighbourhood Development Plan, which was approved by 90 per cent of residents at a referendum in May.



Oyston Estates, listed as a mixed farming business, had argued for its land at Lytham Moss, near the planned Queensway housing development, to be included as part of the St Annes settlement area.



Read more at: https://www.blackpoolgazette.co.uk/news/politics/oystons-suffer-another-courtroom-setback-1-8895210
RE: Oystons suffer another courtroom setback
By Tangerinenick 9 months ago
Does it not need more employment opportunities in Blackpool than houses?

Apart from that Oh Deary me...
RE: Oystons suffer another courtroom setback
By GynnSquarePhoenix 9 months ago
has been ordered to pay the council’s £1,250 legal costs



Every penny and each soul crushing legal defeat helps.
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