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Appeal: Norfolk flood zone homes get go-ahead subject to mitigation measures


Developer Gladedale Estates has received planning permission for up to 350 dwellings and the development of various “open space parcels”, including for public sports pitches and an allotment extension, in Attleborough, Norfolk.

Inspector Keith Manning noted that the site in question is currently undeveloped, though Breckland District Council had considered the land as a potential development site for some time.

Manning explained that “as many as 684 dwellings had been anticipated in the Updated Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment of 2014”, but that this represented an unconstrained capacity unacco.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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