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23/03/2017

Appeal: Unilateral Undertaking addresses 350-home development issues

Braintree

An inspector has given outline permission for a 350-home development near Braintree, after a Unilateral Undertaking (UU) submitted by the appellant addressed various concerns surrounding it.

The original proposal, for up to 350 homes (with 40 per cent affordable housing provision), open space and landscaping, was blocked by Braintree District Council initially over seven separate issues.

During the inquiry, the appellant submitted a UU proposing a number of solutions or mitigating actions, which resolved three of the council’s objections. Considering the remaining objec.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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