Judicial review withdrawn

The kiwifruit structures at 383 Parallel Road.

A Judicial Review appeal by JD & RD Wallace Ltd against a Waipā District Council independent commissioner’s decision to grant land use consent enabling the construction of kiwifruit artificial shelters at 383 Parallel Road, Cambridge, has been withdrawn.

A joint memorandum was filed at the High Court last week following the surrender of the original consent and considered in chambers by Justice Geoffrey Venning. The issue of costs was reserved. The fixture has been vacated.

The view over 383 Parallel Road.

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