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Appeal: Swansea private healthcare complex ‘could prejudice emerging plan’

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An inspector has refused outline permission to build a private healthcare complex with more than 300 beds on undeveloped land next to an existing hospital in Swansea.

LOCATIONMorriston, SwanseaAUTHORITYSwansea CouncilINSPECTORRichard E. JenkinsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/B6855/A/17/3188718The appeal concerned a substantial area of undeveloped land east of Morriston Hospital, a 750-bed NHS hospital north of Swansea that is the largest in the county. The land is mostly undeveloped and used for grazing horses.The appellant sought outline permission for a........
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