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Appeal: Secretary of state backs inspector on Lincolnshire on settlement gaps


Outline planning permission has been refused for up to 65 homes, open space and a school staff car park on agricultural land at Dunholme, Lincolnshire.

In a recovered appeal, the secretary of state agreed with inspector Y Wright’s conclusion that a former local plan policy by West Lindsey District Council to restrain development and keep settlements separate was consistent with the National Planning Policy Framework.

The proposal was on land that would narrow a gap between villages and the inspector concluded that the environmental.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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