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Appeal: Green belt grain store scheme ‘considered as a whole’

Grain store / iStock: 534033052

An inspector has approved plans for a grain store and associated hardstanding on green belt land south of Cambridge, ruling that the scheme was not harmful to green belt openness if considered as a whole.

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