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09/10/2018

Appeal: Appellant’s settlement boundary criticism is ‘far from convincing’

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An inspector has dismissed plans for eight homes in rural Norfolk, rejecting the appellant’s argument that the council’s settlement boundaries policy conflicted with national guidance.

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