Perceived coalescence of settlements felt to outweigh housing shortfall

Two proposals for 60 and 100 houses in open countryside adjoining a village in Warwickshire were refused for resulting in the harmful loss of openness between two settlements, despite the inspector disagreeing with the local planning authority that a five-year supply of housing land existed.

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