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Appeal: 40 homes approved for Daventry despite local plan conflict

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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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