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10/01/2019

Appeal: Private need for affordable home not covered by green belt exception

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An inspector has turned down plans to build a home in the Warwickshire green belt for the appellant's personal reasons, ruling that it could not be considered affordable housing under NPPF paragraph 145(f) because it would not meet a ‘community need’.

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