Need for specialist housing outweighs green belt policy objection

The provision of eight independent living apartments together with two communal living areas for adults with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) in the Worcestershire green belt was allowed, an inspector being satisfied that the need for the scheme along with the lack of alternative sites meant that there was no realistic prospect of finding a solution with a lesser impact on the openness of the area.

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