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Appeal: Yorkshire greenfield development needed despite five-year land supply


Gladman Developments has been permitted to develop a total of 93 dwellings on two sites in Norton, North Yorkshire, after an inspector found that the scheme’s contributions to affordable housing and the local economy outweighed the impact on heritage assets and use of agricultural land.

Inspector PW Clark noted that though impacting on some views, the eight-dwelling and 85-dwelling proposals would have less than substantial harm to the significance of Sutton Grange house – a non-designated heritage asset. While the appeal sites lie within the Howardian Hills and Yorkshire Wolds National Character Areas, it was also agreed that the proposals would have a negligible effect on .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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