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29/05/2019

Appeal: Cul-de-sac gates would harm community cohesiveness

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An inspector has refused plans to install a gate across the entrance to a cul-de-sac of eight detached houses in Liverpool despite residents’ crime concerns, ruling that ‘segregating’ the area would harm community cohesion.

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