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Appeal: Developer must pay costs for resubmitting 211-home scheme

Sajid Javid / Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Secretary of state Sajid Javid has blocked plans for 211 homes in Winslow, Buckinghamshire submitted for the third time by Gladman Developments. An almost identical scheme was previously dismissed by Javid’s predecessor Eric Pickles.

Gladman Developments first submitted plans to build on Glebe Farm, south west of Winslow, in 2013. The application was one of three major housing proposals it made for the area in a five-month period, leading Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi to call it “rapacious and profiteering”......Sign Up or Login to read full article

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