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Appeal: Norfolk mobile home park extension approved


Lifestyle Living Group has been granted permission to extend an existing mobile home park to include 54 new homes, against the decision of Breckland District Council.

Inspector K Child approved the development in Watton, Norfolk, despite council concerns over the proposal’s contribution to affordable housing and effect on highway safety.

Child noted that the site is in open countryside and as such is in an area where housing development is normally strictly controlled, in accordance with the council’s Core Strategy. But the inspector acknowledged t.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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