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23/11/2017

Appeal: 400-home scheme would not preclude road development

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An inspector has granted outline permission for 400 homes on land south of Grimsby, finding that the scheme would not ‘close down all options’ for a new link road between the A46 and A16.

The appeal relates to 23 hectares of farmland between the villages of Waltham and New Waltham, south of Grimsby. The site sits beyond the settlement boundary defined in the North East Lincolnshire Local Plan 2003. In the emerging local plan 2013-2032, however, the site is within the settlement boundary and is allocated for 400 new homes. 

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