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Appeal: Infill development approved for Isham


Sixteen homes have been approved at Isham, Northamptonshire, after an inspector ruled that existing planning approval on the site meant that the scheme could be considered small-scale infill development in line with the North Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy (JCS).

Inspector DM Young noted that Wellingborough Borough Council had approved a nine-dwelling scheme for the site in November 2015, and agreed that this represents a viable fallback position.

Given that the additional seven dwellings now sought would be accommodated within the site boundaries of the 2015 permission and would therefore be bounded by development on at least two sides, Young agr.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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