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Appeal: Inspector approves King’s Lynn housing development


A planning inspector has granted permission for the construction of up to 81 dwellings in King’s Lynn, after a Norfolk council failed to reach a decision on the application before the deadline.

The plans for a new housing development and supporting infrastructure, including an access road and pedestrian routes, were submitted by an individual.

Initial plans submitted in November 2013 for 95 dwellings on the site north of the Gaywood River were rejected because the construction of the proposed access road would, according to the inspecto.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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