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Appeal: Lack of adequate housing supply sees Yorkshire homes approved


Gladman Developments has been granted planning permission for up to 175 homes in the North Yorkshire village of Easingwold after an inspector found that Hambleton District Council was unable to demonstrate a five-year housing supply.

Inspector Ava Wood noted that the council and appellant disagreed significantly on the objectively assessed housing need (OAN) for the district for the period 2015/16 to 2019/20, what level of buffer should be added to this requirement, and whether that buffer should be applied to the requirement or the total requirement plus backlog.

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