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19/04/2018

Appeal: 94 homes refused in Oxfordshire despite housing supply shortfall

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An inspector has cited ‘significant landscape harm’ for his refusal of plans for 94 homes north-west of Oxford, despite the substantial number of affordable homes proposed.

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