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20/02/2019

Appeal: Care complex benefits do not outweigh green belt harm

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Plans to replace a strawberry farm in Runnymede with a 40-bed care home and 110 ‘extra care’ units have been blocked, after an inspector dismissed the appellant’s criticism of the area’s designated green belt boundaries.

LOCATIONVirginia WaterAUTHORITYRunnymede Borough CouncilINSPECTORMichael BonifacePROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/Q3630/W/18/3195463The appeal concerned green belt land near Virginia Water, north Surrey. Despite recent controversy about which use class ‘extra care’ schemes should fall under, the council accepted that the scheme would fall wholly within use class C2, and did not........
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