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04/01/2019

Appeal: Housing scheme incompatible with village’s ‘sense of place’

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The housing secretary has refused plans for 40 homes on the edge of a village in Gloucestershire despite finding a housing supply shortfall, after taking into account the new definition of ‘deliverable’ in the revised NPPF.

LOCATIONHighnamAUTHORITYTewkesbury Borough CouncilINSPECTORH Baugh-JonesPROCEDURERecovered appealDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/G1630/W/3184272The appeal concerned a parcel of greenfield land on the edge of Highnam, a village in Gloucestershire known for its grade I listed church. The appellant sought outline permission to build 40 homes on the site. The appeal was recovered by the housing........
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