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Appeal: Cornwall Council must pay costs for inconsistent decisions

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An award of costs has been made against Cornwall Council for approving a home in Greenbottom, near Truro, during the course of an appeal in which it posited that Greenbottom is not a settlement and therefore unsuitable for new housing.

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