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Appeal: 270-home Garstang development’s benefits outweigh access concerns


Outline permission has been given for plans to build 270 homes, 4.68 hectares of employment space and other amenities, after an inspector decided that access problems were not severe enough to block an otherwise sustainable development.

Update: This decision was amended and re-issued on Wednesday 19th April. The inspector's updated statement is as follows:

Although this ‘urban development project’ falls within the descriptions set out at paragraph 10b of Schedule 2, exceeds the thresholds in column 2 of the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Im.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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