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Appeal: Javid dubs Bassingham housing scheme ‘unsustainable’

Sajid Javid | UK Government

Communities secretary Sajid Javid has refused planning permission for a development of up to 120 homes in Bassingham, Lincolnshire.

Gladden Developments had challenged inspector J Stuart Nixon’s recommendation to back North Kesteven Council’s rejection of the scheme.

Javid concluded that the development did not represent sustainable development and that the “limited economic and social benefits of the scheme would be outweighed by environmental harm”. He also ruled that the scheme was not in ac.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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