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24/08/2016

Appeal: 156 homes approved in Leeds by inspector

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Plans for 156 homes in Kippax, Leeds, have been approved after an inspector concluded that they would result in a “significant boost” to housing supply in the area.

Appellant Persimmon Homes (West Yorkshire) made some minor changes to the application after Leeds City Council refused planning permission for it, to address some of the council’s and residents’ concerns, inspector Susan Heywood noted.

The main issue is whether the plans represent sustainable development with regard to local and national planning policy, in light of the council's hous.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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