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Appeal: Javid endorses inspector’s call on Redcar mixed-use scheme


The secretary of state has approved plans for a major mixed-use scheme outside development limits near Redcar.

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council had rejected West Midlands Metropolitan Pension Fund’s proposal to build up to 1,000 homes, a neighbourhood centre, a park-and-ride car park, petrol station, a drive-through restaurant, pub/restaurant and 60-bed hotel on 50 hectares to the south of Marske-by-the-Sea.

The proposal was subsequently amended to include 821 homes. Inspector John Brait.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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