Brent, who accept and adopt the results of Mr Perdios' inquiries and his recommendations, evidently consider that he provides an efficient service that deals with reviews expeditiously and at a reasonable cost. If his decisions are accepted by Brent and upheld by the county court, it is because his decision letters address the issues raised by applicants and the information put before him and which he obtains and reaches sensible conclusions
Lord Justice Stanley Burnton in the case of De-Winter Heald & Ors v London Borough of Brent  EWCA Civ 930
the review officer gives his reasons for reaching that conclusion in an exemplary fashion
Lord Justice Kennedy in the case of Griffin v City of Westminster 2004 EWCA Civ 108
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