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Appeal: 270 dwellings approved for Bradford

Outline permission for up to 270 dwellings in Bradford, West Yorkshire, has been granted after an inspector found that the scheme would considerably benefit the area both socially and economically.
Inspector Clive Hughes noted that 60 of the proposed dwellings had been submitted for planning permission in full. Of these 60 dwellings, nine units were designated as affordable housing, with the scheme’s remaining 210 units having a 15 per cent affordable housing provision.It was acknowledged by both parties that Bradford Metropolitan District Council could only demonstrate an approximate 3.3........
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