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Appeal: Javid refuses up to 400 homes in Newmarket

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Communities secretary Sajid Javid has refused outline planning permission for up to 400 dwellings in Newmarket, against the recommendation of the inspector.

The application by Sellwood Planning on behalf of Lord Derby also includes associated open space – areas of habitat enhancement – foul and surface water infrastructure, two access points onto the A142, footpaths, cycle routes and estate roads at Hatchfield Farm, Fordham Road, Newmarket.

Javid agreed with inspector Christina Downes that the main considerations in the case were “housi.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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