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Appeal: 80-home development would not harm Cambridgeshire conservation area


Plans to build 80 homes next to the village of Barnack in Cambridgeshire have been green-lit as the inspector decided it would not materially harm its conservation area.

The appeal site, north of the village and close to the Lincolnshire border, is currently used for agriculture. The plans for 80 houses (up to 30 per cent affordable), plus landscaping and play area, had met with objections from local people.

Concerns were expressed about harm to the village’s conservation area and its setting. Inspector David Richards weighed these against Peterboro.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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