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16/04/2019

Appeal: Housing scheme would harm ‘irreplaceable’ listed farmstead

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Plans for 150 homes near the Meon Valley in Hampshire would harm the setting of two grade II* listed buildings, an inspector has ruled, refusing permission despite the council’s housing supply shortfall.

LOCATIONTitchfieldAUTHORITYFareham Borough CouncilINSPECTORKenneth StonePROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/A1720/W/18/3199119The appeal concerned 6.6 hectares of land adjacent to the southern edge of Titchfield, a Hampshire village close to the River Meon. There is a nature reserve to the south of the site, and a farmstead comprising two grade II* listed buildings near its south-west........
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