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Appeal: ‘Executive’ self-build homes would not be part of village

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An inspector has refused plans for 15 self-build homes in the Gloucestershire green belt, ruling that the homes would be ‘functionally and visually separate’ from the nearest village and could not be considered ‘infilling’.

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