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Appeal: Flintshire homes appeal dismissed


An appeal against a refusal of a proposed development of 17 homes and infrastructure at Northop, Flintshire, has been dismissed after it was found to conflict with local and national policies.

The appeal site comprises around 3.9 hectares to the south of Northop, with 0.8ha proposed for development with the larger part of the site consisting of a woodland, marshy grassland and a large field that would separate the proposed housing from the village.

The inspector noted Flintshire Council’s Unitary Development Plan adopted in 2011, which states that new development should g.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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