National park impact ruled unacceptably harmful

In ruling that the construction of up to 230 dwellings, a community building, allotments and 16ha of open space in the South Downs national park would unacceptably harm the natural beauty of the area and the setting of a town, an inspector also concluded that the need for additional housing and the other benefits of the scheme did not support granting permission.

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