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Appeal: Javid refuses up to 1,500 homes for Essex

Sajid Javid

Communities secretary Sajid Javid has refused permission for two appeals amounting to 1,500 homes in Essex, after agreeing with an inspector that Uttlesford District Council is able to demonstrate a five-year supply of deliverable housing land.

The proposals were recovered as they involved residential development of more than 150 units, which would significantly affect the government’s housing objectives.

The proposal submitted by LS Easton Park Investments Limited included plans for between 600 and 700 dwellings and up to 19,300 square metres of additional development on land west of Great Dunmow.

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