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Appeal: Inspector sets precedent on councils’ self-build provision

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An inspector has approved 30 self-build plots on land near Woodville, Derbyshire, citing the council’s failure to demonstrate that the 133 single dwellings it had already approved met the legal definition of self-build and custom housing.

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