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08/05/2019

Appeal: Green belt plant nursery ‘not previously developed land’

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A vacant plant nursery in the Staffordshire green belt cannot be considered previously developed land because its last use was agricultural, an inspector has ruled, refusing housing plans on the site despite the council’s severe homes shortfall.

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