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Appeal: ‘Innovative’ housing and education hybrid scheme rejected

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Plans to fund a technical college, careers hub and day nursery by building 120 homes near Hull have been blocked by an inspector, who called the appellant’s aim ‘laudable’ but could not support the site’s unsustainable location.

LOCATIONMelton and WeltonAUTHORITYEast Riding of YorkshireINSPECTORPhilip MajorPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/E2001/W/20/3247955The appeal concerned a parcel of land between the villages of Melton and Welton, on the southern edge of the Yorkshire Wolds and west of Hull. The appellant, Qdos Education, sought permission to build up to 120 homes on the site, which would........
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