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26/01/2022

Appeal: Countryside harm halts Essex housing development plan

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An outline application to demolish farm outbuildings and construct 80 homes with a community park and open space near an Essex village has been rejected for harming the countryside’s character and appearance.

LOCATIONLand off Brain Valley Avenue, Black Notley. (Grid reference 576927, 220616AUTHORITYBraintree District CouncilINSPECTORSiobhan WatsonPROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/Z1510/W/21/3281232An outline application to demolish farm outbuildings and construct 80 homes with a community park and open space near an Essex village has been rejected for harming the countryside’s character........
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