Village extension visually intense and harmful to heritage assets

Despite not being able to demonstrate an adequate supply of housing land a local planning authority in west Sussex successfully defended its decision not to approve 58 residential units on a greenfield site on the edge of a village, an inspector agreeing that it would involve a visually dense form of development which would have a substantial impact on the character of the countryside and the setting of listed buildings.

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