Separation distance between dwellings reduced by more than half

A condition imposed at appeal which required a development of up to 85 dwellings in Warwickshire to be sited a minimum of 40 metres away from existing houses has been judged to be overly restrictive and unnecessary, an inspector preferring the appellant's suggested distance of 13 metres.

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