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Appeal: More homes approved for Edinburgh’s green belt

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Miller Homes/Land Options East have been granted permission to develop 61 units of housing on green belt land at the south-east edge of Edinburgh.

In his notice of intentions released in April, reporter Dannie Onn said that he was minded to approve the appeal subject to the completion of a planning obligation ensuring contributions for affordable housing and education and transport infrastructure.

Onn noted that City of Edinburgh Council accepted a shortfall in its five-year housing land supply of 4,500 homes. The parties agreed tha.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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