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01/10/2021

Appeal: ‘Highly compelling’ circumstances justify 167 green belt homes

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An inspector has approved 167 homes on green belt land in Hertfordshire despite an imminent report on the council’s emerging plan and ‘moderate to significant’ green belt harm, citing a ‘critically inadequate and deteriorating’ 1.47-year housing supply.

LOCATIONCodicoteAUTHORITYNorth Hertfordshire District CouncilINSPECTORPeter RosePROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/X1925/W/21/3273701The appellant, developer Ashill Land Ltd, sought permission to build 167 homes on just under 11 hectares of agricultural land at Codicote, in north Hertfordshire. However, the site was within the green belt, and there was no dispute that the scheme........
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