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Appeal: 64-home scheme will see double housing allocation built

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A housing scheme that would bring the total number of homes planned in Heacham, Norfolk, to double the number allocated in the local development plan can go ahead, an inspector has ruled.

LOCATIONHeachamAUTHORITYKings Lynn & West Norfolk CouncilINSPECTORS HarleyPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/V2635/W/18/3194117The appeal concerned three hectares of agricultural land, beyond but adjacent to the settlement boundary of Heacham, a village in west Norfolk. The appellant sought permission to build 64 homes on the site.The council referred to its spatial........
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