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10/05/2017

Appeal: Public benefits of 29-home scheme outweigh harm to conservation area

Gamlingay / Geograph: 3480048

An inspector has allowed plans for 29 homes to be built near the village of Gamlingay, south of St Neots, after deciding that despite some harm to the setting of a nearby conservation area, the public benefits of the scheme meant it should go ahead.

An inspector has allowed plans for 29 homes to be built near the village of Gamlingay, south of St Neots, Cambridgeshire, after ruling that despite some harm to the setting of a nearby conservation area, the public benefits of the scheme meant it should go ahead.

The appeal site is close to the Gamlingay Conservation Area, which has various grade II listed buildings. Inspector Simon Warde.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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