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02/10/2019

Appeal: Affordable home clustering scuppers Warwickshire scheme

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An inspector has rejected plans for 130 homes on an allocated site near Warwick after taking issue with the scheme’s layout, ruling that the ‘clear and noticeable concentration’ of affordable homes proposed could cause community cohesion issues.

LOCATIONHampton MagnaAUTHORITYWarwick District CouncilINSPECTORW JohnsonPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/T3725/W/19/3228793The appellant sought permission to develop an allocated site near Hampton Magna, a village in Warwickshire, for housing. 52 of the 130 homes would be affordable, of which 61.5 per cent would be units for social rent, 23.1 per cent for affordable........
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