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Appeal: Essex development positively supports housing mix


The Crown Estate has been given outline permission to build 20 homes in Elsenham, Essex, after an inspector ruled that existing permission for extra care homes on the site should not preclude the development.

Inspector Graham Chamberlain noted that as part of a larger development for 155 homes, outline planning permission was granted by Uttlesford District Council in 2013 for a 55-bed extra care housing facility on the appeal site. But giving consideration to a marketing campaign for the site in 2014, Chamberlain said he was satisfied that there was a lack of interest from outside parties for delive.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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