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24/07/2020

Appeal: Fencing off of valued land ‘no worse’ than plans to develop it

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A developer’s argument that it could only afford to remediate a contaminated public space if it was given permission to build housing on it has been rejected by an inspector, who considered the scheme a worse outcome than the space being fenced off.

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