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Appeal: Tackley development will not lead to significant landscape loss

Tackley, Oxfordhsire

Barwood Development Securities Limited has won its appeal for 70 homes in Tackley, Oxfordshire, against the decision of West Oxfordshire District Council.

Inspector Karen Ridge noted that while the appeal site, which comprises an arable field, is not formally designated, it was previously included within an Area of High Landscape Value in the West Oxfordshire Landscape Assessment, which acted as an indication of the quality of the wider landscape. But she argued that this did not automatically qualify the site as part of a valued landscape in........
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