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12/07/2017

Appeal: Communities secretary blocks St Ives mixed-use extension

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The secretary of state has rejected plans for a mixed-use urban extension in Cornwall after finding the proposal conflicted with a neighbourhood plan.

Godwin Developments challenged two refusals of its plans both involving 235 homes to the east of Carbis Bay, near St Ives.

Sajid Javid found the appeal conflicted with the St Ives neighbourhood development plan but weighed against this the scheme’s “substantial incursion into the countryside”. He also ruled that Cornwall County Council could demonstrate a five-year suppl.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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