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03/05/2019

Appeal: Housing refused on land in ‘HS2 buffer zone’

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A small parcel of land adjacent to a recently completed housing development cannot be built on, an inspector has ruled, because it forms a buffer between the existing houses and the proposed route for HS2.

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