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21/07/2017

Appeal: Javid backs custom-built homes plan in Wiltshire

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The secretary of state has agreed with an inspector and granted permission to build up to 35 custom-built homes in Warminster.

When inspector RJ Marshall was writing his original report, there was no five-year housing land supply in the housing market area where the appeal site is located. Since then, Wiltshire Council has updated its housing land supply – firstly to 5.13 years against a requirement of 5.25 years, and then in March put the figure at 5.73 years supply, which the secretary of state considered to be.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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