Editor's pick: Village gap protection policy judged a relevant matter

An inspector has determined that a local plan policy adopted in 2006 which sought to prevent the coalescence of settlements in Lincolnshire was not out of date and continued to serve a useful planning purpose. In so concluding he dismissed an appeal for the erection of 74 dwellings on a four hectare greenfield site.

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