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Appeal: Lincolnshire homes would not harm listed church

Church of St Lawrence

Chestnut Homes has been granted permission to develop 170 dwellings at Manor Farm, Lincolnshire, after an inspector ruled that the development would not harm the grade I listed Church of St Lawrence.

The appellant sought full planning permission for 44 of the proposed dwellings, and outline permission for 126.

West Lindsey District Council said it could demonstrate a 5.37-year supply of deliverable housing land, but the appellant questioned the validity of this assessment, given that it included more than 7,000 houses from the ‘Emerging new Allocations as identified in the Draft Loc.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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