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Appeal: Javid goes against inspector’s advice on Lincolnshire scheme


The secretary of state has rejected advice from an inspector who recommended approval for a 36-home scheme in Lincolnshire.

Inspector John Felgate had backed a bid by Jackson and Jackson Development to overturn West Lindsey District Council’s rejection of an online application for the homes at Weir Farm Paddock, Scothern.

But Sajid Javid ruled that the proposal would conflict with the Scothern Neighbourhood Development Plan as well as the Central Lincolnshire Local Plan.

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