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29/03/2017

Appeal: 195-home scheme undermines plan-led system

Sileby

Plans for a 195-home development near the village of Sileby have been blocked as the inspector contended that allowing it would undermine the local council’s core strategy, despite the scheme’s numerous benefits.

According to the area's core strategy, Sileby is one of seven villages identified as ‘service centres’, where ‘at least 3,000 homes’ are planned between 2011 and 2028. The core strategy carries particular weight in this case as it was published after the release of the NPPF and accords fully with it. In his report, inspector David Spencer considered this policy prima.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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