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02/05/2018

Appeal: Green belt home allowed under ‘village infilling’ exception

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Bovingdon Green / Nigel Cox

An inspector has approved plans for a three-bedroom home in a hamlet near High Wycombe, ruling that the settlement had ‘evolved’ and could now be considered a village for the purposes of NPPF paragraph 89.

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