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16/07/2021

Appeal: Homes allowed on land saved for pub since village’s conception

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An inspector has approved 29 over-55s apartments on land at a Northamptonshire village that had been set aside for a pub since permission for the whole village was granted in 1995. He ruled that it should not be expected for the site to remain vacant indefinitely.

LOCATIONMawsleyAUTHORITYKettering Borough CouncilINSPECTORGraham WraightPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/L2820/W/20/3265335In 1995, outline permission was granted for a new village – to be called Mawsley – in north Northamptonshire, comprising 750 homes, a school, shop, village hall, church, and pub. Construction began in 2001 and was largely completed, except for a 0.62........
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