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19/04/2016

Appeal: Homes would not harm historic park and gardens

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Gladman Developments has been granted permission to develop 290 homes in Wellington, Shropshire, after determining that a reduction in the number of proposed dwellings would result in “less than substantial harm” to Orleton Hall Registered Park and Gardens.

Inspector David Wildsmith noted that the appellant had first submitted an appeal against the rejection of a 330-home scheme on the same site.

As an s.106 agreement had not been completed before Telford and Wrekin Council published its Objectively Assessed Housing Need report, which indicated that the council could demonstrate a five-year supply of deliverable housing land, the council the.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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