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Appeal: Crewe homes comply with emerging local plan


Permission has been approved for 275 homes in Crewe as the appeal site forms part a wider housing allocation in the Cheshire East Local Plan.

Inspector David M Rose noted that in relation to the Borough of Crewe and Nantwich Replacement Local Plan up to 2011, the appeal site is not identified for housing development as it lies outside of the defined settlement boundary and it sits within the green gap between Crewe and Haslington.

But the policies to which these infringements relate were acknowledged to be substantially out of .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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