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Park fight will go on.

A national parks watchdog is to go to the Court of Appeal in its battle against plans for a pounds 60m tourist village. Developers want to create the Bluestone project on a 500-acre site near Narbeth, west Wales, part of which would fall within the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park.

Last month High Court judge Mr Justice Jack dismissed a legal challenge to the scheme.

The Council for National Parks (CNP) then sought leave to appeal against the judgement. But today it said the judge had refused it permission. Now the CNP has vowed to take its fight to the Court of Appeal.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Jan 17, 2005
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