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Appeal: Clark favours local plan in 110-home approval


Communities secretary Greg Clark has granted permission for 110 homes in Ringmer, East Sussex, although the development proposal conflicts with an emerging neighbourhood plan.

Clark noted that since the report by inspector Richard Schofield had been submitted the Draft Ringmer Neighbourhood Plan (DRNP) was successful at referendum and should therefore be afforded substantial weight, although it would not form part of the development plan until it was formally “made” by Lewes District Council. The proposal conflicted with the DRNP in that it sought to build 110 ho.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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