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Appeal: Hertfordshire homes would help meet housing needs


Communities secretary Greg Clark has backed an inspector’s decision to approve 56 dwellings for Buntingford in Hertfordshire, against a decision by East Hertfordshire District Council.

Clark noted that the Buntingford Community Area Neighbourhood Plan (NP) was submitted to the council in April 2016 and is currently available for a period of publicity and consultation. The appeal site abuts but is outside of the settlement boundary in the NP and is not allocated for development, however, given that the plan is still subject to unresolved objections Clark gave this conflict lit.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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