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26/01/2022

Appeal: Inspector backs Essex housing plan after finding limited rural impact

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Outline planning permission has been granted for 60 homes on agricultural land outside a market town in Essex after an inspector found that it would not significantly impact the countryside owing to recent urban expansion.

LOCATIONLand to the west of Buttleys Lane, Great Dunmow CM6 1WYAUTHORITYhttps://www.uttlesford.gov.uk/INSPECTORPD BiggersPROCEDUREWritten representationsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/C1570/W/21/3270615Linden Ltd and Christine Vivien Winifred Clarke had appealed against Uttlesford District Council’s refusal of their scheme in the countryside outside Great Dunmow.Inspector PD Biggers noted that a........
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