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Appeal: Quantum of infill scheme 'somewhat misleading’


Plans for five new homes in Shropshire have been refused by an inspector, who ruled that the ‘somewhat misleading’ number of homes proposed did not mean the scheme was ‘limited infilling’, citing its low density.

LOCATIONOretonAUTHORITYShropshire CouncilINSPECTORThomas HatfieldPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/L3245/W/20/3259261The appeal concerned a plot of land within the village of Oreton in Shropshire. The appellant sought outline permission to build up to five homes on the site under a local policy allowing “limited infilling of small, market-priced houses on single plots”........
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