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Appeal: Reserved matters planning condition relaxed for Lincoln homes


A planning condition attached to a 49-home and sports facility scheme in Dunholme, Lincoln, which required all reserved matters to be submitted to the local planning authority within a year of approval, has been extended after it was argued that the condition was “counter-productive” to development.

Although the appeal site lies outside the settlement boundary of Dunholme, at the time the scheme was approved West Lindsey District Council could not demonstrate a five-year supply of deliverable housing land.

The council argued that the condition was in place to ensure the “expedient delivery of the site, and thus contribute towards the council’s lack of supply”. As the appellant .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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