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Appeal: ‘Extra care’ village approved for Nottingham


The erection of an ‘extra care’ village comprising 133 apartments and 27 bungalows has been approved for Eastwood, Nottingham, after an inspector found the scheme did not pose a significant risk to vehicular and pedestrian traffic in the area.

Inspector Jonathan Hockley noted that the brownfield site on which the development will be located was accessed via a short cul-de-sac off of a busy main road. Hockley acknowledged that the current permittance of on-street parking impeded visibility on this main road, which the appellant seeks to improve by implementing a condition for no-waiting restrictions to be extended on the street, allow.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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