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17/05/2016

Appeal: 180 Cheshire homes would help to meet affordable housing need

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Rudheath in Northwich is to get 180 new homes after an inspector found that the development would help address a shortfall in affordable housing provision in the area.

Despite accepting that Cheshire West and Chester Council could demonstrate a five-year supply of affordable housing land, inspector Paul Singleton took issue with the council’s interpretation of housing need in the area. While the identified need for 4,300 homes within Northwich might have effectively been met through approved developments, Singleton contended that this is a minimum and not a.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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