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Lancashire wins Derwent legal battle

11th March 2011

BDP's design for Lancashire County Cricket Club's new ground

BDP's design for Lancashire County Cricket Club's new ground

LANCASHIRE County Cricket Club (LCCC) and its development partners can push ahead with their £70m redevelopment of large parts of Old Trafford after a High Court judge rejected a challenge by a rival developer. 

Judge Waksman found in their favour following a judicial review brought by Albert Gubay's Derwent Holdings into Trafford Borough Council's decision to approve the Ask Developments-led scheme, which includes a 155,000 sq ft Tesco, at a planning meeting last year.

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