Local authority not required to provide five-year housing land supply update

A local resident in Suffolk who claimed that the Suffolk Coastal district council should have provided an inspector with updated information on housing land supply failed in challenging an inspector's decision to grant permission for 14 dwellings on an open gap separating two settlements and which was also used as a community garden in the production of fruit, vegetables and honey.

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