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Appeal: Javid grants housing permission after West Sussex call-in

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Communities secretary Sajid Javid has approved a 400-home development in West Sussex after deciding that the local authority could not demonstrate a supply of housing sites.

Footwell Estates and Global Technology Racing had applied to build the homes on a 17.8 hectare site, which would also include 5,000 square metres of light industrial floor space and 500 square metres of non-residential floor space, at Fontwell.

Javid agreed with inspector SRG Baird that the application would conflict with the Walberton Neighbourhood Development Plan adopted in March as th.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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