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Appeal: Homes approved for former Leamington Spa employment area


Planning permission has been approved for 147 homes in Leamington Spa, after an inspector decided the council’s concerns about the living conditions of future residents and adverse impact on viable employment space were unfounded.

Inspector M Middleton noted that subject to the submission of this appeal, the appellants, Orbit Group and CHS Developments Ltd, submitted an application for outline planning permission on the eastern part of the appeal site.

Subsequent to this application, Warwick District Council invited the appellants to submit a revised outline application for 143 dwellings on the entire appeal site. .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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