Blackhouse v Lambeth London Borough Council 
- The council was ordered to provide an overall increased value of rent to its properties
- It applied all of the increases to one building, which was unoccupied; making rooms £18,000/week (previously £17/week), rather than increasing everyone’s rent by 55p/week
- Was this unreasonable such that the decision could be quashed
- The difficult test of Wednesbury unreasonableness was satisfied
Posted in Public Law Revision Notes.
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