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Appeal: Inspector is unable to enforce affordable housing provision

Kirton Lindsey

An inspector has rejected plans for 16 houses in Lincolnshire despite local need for them, after finding no mechanism to guarantee affordable housing provision for the development.

The appeal site, near the town of Kirton Lindsey, is defined by the North Lincolnshire Council development plan as outside the settlement and therefore part of the countryside.The plan’s core strategy states that new housing should be constructed within defined settlement limits, subject to some exceptions – one of which is a proven need for affordable housing in the area, in which........
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