From Mental Health Law Online
The donor made an EPA purporting to authorise the Attorneys to do the following: "Making a choice on my behalf for any nursing/residential care needed for me in the future." On the application of the Attorneys the court severed the provision on the ground that it would be ineffective as part of an EPA, because it sought to authorise Personal Welfare decision making. [OPG summary - EPA case.]
Summary from OPG website.
Title: Re Harris (an order of the Senior Judge made on 6 January 2011)
Heading: Severance of restrictions incompatible with an EPA
Not on Bailii - no transcript