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Appeal: Permission granted for 42 homes in Antrim


A proposal for 42 dwellings and associated works has been approved in the town of Antrim, Northern Ireland, against the decision of Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council.

Commissioner Pauline Boomer noted that the Local Planning Authority was recommending that the appeal should be approved, but that a number of local residents’ concerns had yet to be addressed. These include issues surrounding amenity of local residents and school children, road safety and congestion and the presence of Japanese Knotweed.

Boomer noted that the appeal site constituted unz.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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