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07/02/2017

Appeal: Reserved matters approved in 108-home Maldon scheme

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Maldon, Essex

Permission has been given for the development of 108 homes on a site in Maldon, Essex, after an inspector found that issues relating to the character of the site and surrounding area and the living conditions of future residents had been appropriately addressed.

Outline permission having been granted for 120 homes on the site, it fell to inspector Jonathan Clarke to assess whether the reserved matters of the scheme appropriately dealt with key issues including the visual impact of the scheme on the area and the provision of appropriate garden space and noise mitigation.

Clarke noted that although the density of the scheme is slightly higher that .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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