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Appeal: Inspector cites Javid on green belt boundary ruling

Longhorsley, Northumberland

An inspector has refused permission for 10 ‘executive dwellings’ in Northumberland, ruling that the scheme would be inappropriate development after referring to Sajid Javid’s ruling on areas with unspecified green belt boundaries earlier this year.

The joint application sought permission to build 10 dwellings on greenfield land (appeal A), and to replace existing buildings on another nearby site with three more homes (appeal B).

Both sites are within the “general extent” of the Northumberland green belt, according to the region’s joint structure plan (JSP), but disagreement remains over its exact boundaries. In mak.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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