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Appeal: Buckinghamshire dwellings would not be sustainable development, says Javid

Sajid Javid

Communities secretary Sajid Javid has backed an inspector’s decision to refuse 42 dwellings for Great Horwood, Buckinghamshire, after finding that the scheme would not meet all the criteria of sustainable development.

The secretary called in the application in October 2015, with the inquiry formally being closed on 1 April 2016 following submission of a Unilateral Undertaking.

Javid agreed that while Aylesbury Vale falls 16 per cent short of a supply of specific deliverable sites to provide five years worth of housing when measured against an untested current assessment of objectively assessed needs, a.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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