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Appeal: Cambridgeshire service centre housing development allowed


An appeal has been granted to develop 180 homes with open space and a children’s play area near a key service centre in Cambridgeshire after the council persistently under-delivered housing.

The Gladman Developments’ outline application would include 40 per cent affordable housing on the site at Lucks Lane, near Buckden, a key service centre where development schemes of moderate and minor scale and infilling may be appropriate within the built-up area.

Inspector Michael Boniface found there was no objectively assessed figure for housing need under the National Planning .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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