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22/09/2016

Appeal: Lisburn homes approved despite traffic concerns

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WGK Construction has been granted permission to build 12 homes in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, after a commissioner judged that Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council’s concerns relating to traffic impact and overlooking could be dealt with by negative planning conditions.

In his decision letter, commissioner Damien Hannon explained that the principle of residential development at the site had already been established through zoning in the local development plan and previous planning permission for 452 dwellings, 17 of which would occupy the appeal site. He considered this permission, which is still extant, to be a legitimate fall-back position, which the appella.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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