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Appeal: 95 homes approved for West Sussex town


Gladman Developments Ltd has been granted permission for the development of 95 dwellings and associated landscaping in Ifield, West Sussex, against the decision of Horsham District Council.

Inspector Jonathan Manning gave outline planning permission after setting out a number of financial contributions to be met by the appellant. These include donations towards education, fire and safety, libraries and highways.

A signed planning obligation provided at the hearing agreed terms for affordable housing to take up 40 per cent of the site.

The inspector decided to enforce a.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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