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21/06/2019

Appeal: 225-home scheme refused despite stalled neighbourhood plan

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An inspector has refused outline permission in Wadebridge, Cornwall, where progress on a neighbourhood plan has stalled, stating that to allow permission would prevent local people from ‘bringing forward development in the way they prefer’.

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