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Appeal: Residential and apart/hotel accommodation approved for Cambridge Orchard Park development

Orchard Park

Kings Hedges Investments has been granted permission for 42 flats and 82 units for an apart/hotel in the Orchard Park development, Cambridge, after an inspector decided that the scheme could be made acceptable in terms of establishing a “strong sense of place” for the area.

Inspector Paul Jackson noted that the appellant had also appealed South Cambridgeshire Council’s refusal of a 132-home scheme within the same land parcel of Orchard Park. But Jackson found that this proposal “falls a long way short” of fulfilling the “significant opportunity” to establish “a strong sense of place, using the streetscape and buildings to create an attractive and comfo.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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