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Appeal: 40 homes approved for Daventry despite local plan conflict

Outline permission has been granted for 40 homes with parking and landscaping in the village of Woodford Halse, Daventry, against the decision of Daventry District Council.

Inspector D J Board noted that the proposed development was in conflict with the Daventry District Local Plan, which designates Woodford Halse as a ‘restricted infill village’ and thus restricts new development to infilling on a small scale. The council argues that at 40 units, the proposal is not considered small-scale, and would result in an extension of the village into an area designate.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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