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Appeal: 90 homes approved for Cotswold village


Gladman Developments Ltd has been granted outline planning permission for a residential development in Mickleton, Gloucestershire, against the decision of Cotswold District Council.

Inspector D R Cullingford granted the 90-home appeal after ruling that despite the council’s ability to demonstrate a five-year housing supply, the 50 per cent affordable housing provision outlined in the proposal would make “an important contribution to addressing the ‘affordability gap’ evident in the district”.

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