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29/11/2018

Appeal: Hamlet's 'declined status' precludes green belt housing

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Two houses were not to be, after an inspector ruled that a small settlement in Essex was not a ‘village’ for the purposes of green belt infill development because it had ‘declined in status’ since losing its church and parish status.

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