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Appeal: Broader obligation preferred for split 28-home development

Oadby / Geograph: Mat Fascione

An inspector has ruled that two separate but adjoining housing schemes should be considered part of the same development, despite one having already been granted permission without planning obligation – thus requiring the appellant’s new Section 106 agreement to cover both schemes

The specific appeal site – for which the appellant was seeking permission for 19 houses – forms part of a wider open field beyond the settlement boundary of Great Glen, Leicester. Although local policy restricts countryside development, a shortfall in housing engages paragraph 49 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), which states that permission should be granted unless........
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