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26/04/2018

Appeal: Brownfield green belt scheme blocked despite 1.35-year housing supply

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Plans to replace a group of derelict nursery glasshouses with housing that would reduce built footprint by 80 per cent would harm green belt openness, an inspector has ruled, refusing permission despite the area’s severe housing supply shortfall.

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