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Appeal: 179-home scheme ‘entirely inconsistent’ with identified need

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Plans to build 179 flats on brownfield land in Luton have been rejected by an inspector, who found that the scheme’s mix of too many one-bedroom flats and not enough larger homes was ‘wholly inconsistent’ with the identified housing need in the area.

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