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Appeal: Brokenshire blocks 1,000-home garden village

Housing secretary James Brokenshire / Chris McAndrew

In determining his first recovered appeal as housing secretary, James Brokenshire has rejected plans for a major new 50 per cent affordable ‘garden village’ in Surrey, despite the council’s housing land supply of only 2.65 years.

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