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Appeal: Large mixed housing development approved in North Yorkshire


Permission has been granted for the development of 266 homes in Stokesley, North Yorkshire, against the decision of Hambleton District Council.

Inspector David M H Rose chose to allow the appeal, made by planning consultant Johnson Brook, after deeming the council’s five-year housing supply to be wanting.

The council said the district’s housing need was estimated to be 413 houses a year while the appellant said 458 to 565, accounting for market signals uplift. But the parties have agreed that with the council’s backlog of h.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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