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Appeal: New appeal for 85-house development allowed after High Court ruling

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Plans for 85 houses in Newent, Gloucestershire, have been allowed after a previous decision was quashed by the High Court, and an inspector found that provision of housing carried most weight.

The appeal, which includes provision for 34 affordable homes, was first considered in August 2015, but the inspector’s decision was quashed by the High Court, which ordered it to be heard again de novo.

Inspector Karen L Ridge identified four main issues with the development: the housing land supply in the area; the location of the site; the development’s effect .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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