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04/09/2015

Appeal: Permission granted for 140 new Bedfordshire homes

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Shefford

The rejection of a 140-home settlement by Central Bedfordshire Council has been overturned by a planning inspector.

The plans were submitted by Catesby Estates Ltd. They include the provision of new access roads and footpaths, playing fields and a youth facility on an eight-hectare green field site in Shefford.

The council originally rejected the plans in October 2014, but following the amendment to plans by Catesby Estates to deal with noted issues such as the provision of affordable housing and highw.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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