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Appeal: Newly made neighbourhood plan defeats recovered appeal

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Plans for 65 homes in Farnham recommended for approval by an inspector have been rejected by the housing secretary, who cited the four tests at NPPF paragraph 11 concerning neighbourhood plans.

LOCATIONFarnham, SurreyAUTHORITYWaverley Borough CouncilINSPECTORGraham ChamberlainPROCEDURERecovered appealDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/R3650/W/18/3211033The appellant, Stax Developments, sought permission to build 65 homes on paddock land north-east of Farnham, Surrey. A two-day hearing led by inspector Graham Chamberlain was held in June 2019, and the inspector submitted his report to the........
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