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Appeal: Two more homes for permitted scheme would harm green belt

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An inspector has refused permission for two homes on green belt land in Surrey, which were to be added to seven previously allowed on the same site, because the new homes would be on an undeveloped portion of the land.

The appeal relates to a plot of land near Blindley Heath, Surrey, that forms part of the Metropolitan Green Belt. It was formerly occupied by a dog kennel business, comprised of various buildings on the southern part of the site. Planning permission to demolish the kennel buildings and replace them with seven homes was granted in 2015 and has now been completed.

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