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Appeal: Essex gas holder site housing development approved

Gas holder

Twelve houses have been approved for a former gas holder site in Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, after an inspector ruled that the scheme would not have unacceptable effects on traffic.

Inspector Chris Forrett said that although the permission sought was in outline and the current plans were therefore illustrative, he deemed that the scale of the development would not be overbearing, especially when considered in the context of immediately adjoining development to the east. He was confident that the scheme could be built in such a way that no harm would result to the character.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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