Conditions imposed on outline permission do not require housing mix to be agreed

An inspector ruled that conditions imposed on an outline planning permission for up to 136 dwellings in Leicestershire did not enable the local planning authority to subsequently agree the mix of house types at reserved matters stage. Consequently a submitted layout was acceptable because the mix of dwellings did not fall to be considered.

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