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26/01/2022

Appeal: Inspector rules out tilted balance in rejecting Berkshire care home

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An outline application for a 45-bed care home outside a Berkshire village has been refused after an inspector decided against applying the tilted balance in favour of development.

LOCATIONLand adjacent to Newell Hall, Warfield Street, Warfield, Bracknell RG42 6BBAUTHORITYBracknell Forest Borough CouncilINSPECTORR NormanPROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/R0335/W/20/3245185Hawksbury Homes Warfield had appealed against the refusal by Bracknell Forest Borough Council of its scheme. Although neither party agreed a precise figure for the level of demand, the council........
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