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Appeal: 200 homes approved for Oxfordshire village


Two separate proposals equating to the development of 200 dwellings have been approved for Chinnor, Oxfordshire, against the decision of South Oxfordshire District Council.

An 80 home proposal submitted by developer Taylor Wimpey Ltd, and a 120 home scheme by CEMEX UK Properties Ltd were both originally rejected on grounds relating to the sustainability of the schemes, their impact on the character of the area and the open countryside and the provision of affordable housing.

The ruling inspector on both appeals, R M Barrett, found that both appeal sites as t.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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