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15/06/2018

Appeal: Roman remains prevent recovered 2,600-home Swindon scheme

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The housing secretary has rejected a major urban extension because of harm to the setting of an ancient Roman settlement, ruling that the appellant’s late amendments to the scheme had breached planning rules.

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