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10/09/2018

Appeal: Green belt infill home allowed following Court of Appeal ruling

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An inspector has approved plans for a new home in the green belt near Solihull, following a 2015 court ruling that a ‘commonsense’ approach should be taken regarding the physical extent of villages.

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