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The following citations are referred to in the text when citing sources of relevant case law:

AC

Appeal Cases

All ER

All England Reports

EGCS

Estates Gazette case summaries

JPL

Journal of Planning and Environment Law

P & CR

Property Planning and Compensation Reports

PLR

Planning Law Reports

WLR

Weekly Law Reports

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