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20/01/2022

Appeal: Inspector backs Lincolnshire villa proposal

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Two appeals over a proposal to build ‘entry-level’ homes on the edge of a Lincolnshire village have been approved after they complied with local design policies.

LOCATIONLand off Baker Drive, Nettleham, Lincolnshire LN2 2FRAUTHORITYWest Lindsey District CouncilINSPECTORGraham WraightPROCEDUREHearingDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/N2535/W/21/3269692Larkfleet Homes had appealed against West Lindsey District Council’s refusal of two schemes, the first to build 33 “entry-level” homes and the second for 30 such properties on a site at the edge of Nettleham........
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