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17/05/2022

Appeal: Possibility of nutrient pollution sinks Norfolk homes

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An inspector has dismissed appeals for two homes in Shipdham, Norfolk, after ruling that wastewater from the dwellings could pollute nearby habitat sites.

LOCATIONMolecatchers Cottage, Mill Road, Shipdham IP25 7LUAUTHORITYBreckland CouncilINSPECTORM WoodwardPROCEDUREWritten representationsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/F2605/W/21/3271209The appellant sought outline permission to build a two-storey, two-bedroom detached house (appeal A) and full permission for a three-bedroom house (appeal B). Both houses would be located on land at Molecatchers........
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