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Appeal: 113 dwellings approved in Cheshire town


Planning permission has been granted for a new housing development in Northwich, following an appeal by the developer.

Cheshire West and Chester Council originally rejected proposals for 113 houses on land south of Northwich town chiefly because of concerns over the visual impact of the development.

Inspector Philip Major considered the main issues of the appeal to be the council’s ability to demonstrate a five-year supply of.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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