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27/06/2019

Appeal: 227 more homes allowed with no new access

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An inspector has allowed plans for 227 homes in Stoke-on-Trent that would be accessed through an existing housing estate, ruling that off-site road improvements proposed as part of the scheme meant it would improve road safety in the area overall.

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