TRANSOCEAN DRILLING UK LTD v PROVIDENCE RESOURCES PLC (2016)

The language of an exclusion clause made between commercially equal parties was clear in excluding liability for consequential losses in the form of "spread costs". Freedom of contract meant the court had been wrong to impose a restricted construction on the clause where the parties had agreed that neither should be liable to the other … Continue reading TRANSOCEAN DRILLING UK LTD v PROVIDENCE RESOURCES PLC (2016)

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R (on the application of KATHARINE BUTLER) (Claimant) v EAST DORSET DISTRICT COUNCIL (Defendant) & GOOD ENERGY MAPPERTON FARM SOLAR PARK (007) LTD (Interested Party) (2016)

The claimant applied for judicial review of a decision of the defendant local authority to grant a 30-year planning permission for a solar photovoltaic farm. The site was 670m from a conservation area and was also one kilometre from a Grade I listed building and a Grade II* registered park and garden containing a Grade … Continue reading R (on the application of KATHARINE BUTLER) (Claimant) v EAST DORSET DISTRICT COUNCIL (Defendant) & GOOD ENERGY MAPPERTON FARM SOLAR PARK (007) LTD (Interested Party) (2016)