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Appeal: 220 Congleton homes no risk to heritage


Permission has been granted for up to 220 homes in Congleton, Cheshire, after an inspector decided that previous development showed the effect of the scheme on heritage assets would be limited.

Inspector Frances Mahoney noted that in 2014 planning permission was granted at appeal for two schemes totalling 80 dwellings within the eastern extremity of the appeal site.

The emerging Cheshire East Local Plan Strategy (CELP) identifies Congleton as a key service centre with an identified requirement of 3,500 new homes over the period 2010 to 2030. But because at this stage the plan’.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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