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Appeal: Residential development approved at Pencaitland, East Lothian


A residential development of up to 120 homes has been approved for a site in Pencaitland, East Lothian, against the decision of East Lothian Council.

The council originally refused the proposal, submitted by Gladman Development Ltd, because it was contrary to part of the council’s Housing Land Supply: Interim Planning Guidance in that it did not contain a “robust defensible boundary” on its southern side.

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