Plans approved for '1950s town' as part of Durham museum expansion

Plans have been approved for the expansion of the Beamish open air museum in Durham, including the construction of a '1950s town', after planners concluded that the scheme was in line with local planning policy which stressed that the council provide an 'enabling role to the continuing development' of the attraction.

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