Dudley mosque row settled at Court of Appeal in favour of council
A long-running dispute over the location of a new mosque has been settled by the Court of Appeal in favour of Dudley Borough Council.
The legal row centred on plans to replace Dudley Central Mosque on Castle Hill with one on land off Hall Street.
The Dudley Muslim Association (DMA) bought the land from the council, but the authority wanted to buy it back
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