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20/01/2022

Appeal: Surrey housing plan allowed after inspector rules out potential sites

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Plans to demolish a property and build 99 homes on agricultural land in Surrey have been approved after an inspector decided that several sites in its housing land supply calculation could not deliver development within five years.

LOCATIONLand west of Loxwood Road, Alford, Surrey GU6 8HNAUTHORITYWaverley Borough CouncilINSPECTORHarold StephensPROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/R3650/W/21/3278196The Merchant Seamans War Memorial Society and Thakeham Homes appealed against Waverley Borough Council’s refusal of its scheme on 5.91 hectares of predominantly grade 3b agricultural land outside but adjoining the........
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