Housing supply not so large as to justify green belt site release

In accepting the recommendation of one of his inspectors the secretary of state, following recovery of an appeal on Tyneside, decided that the use of green belt land to accommodate up to 280 dwellings along with 1,400m2 of employment, retail and leisure space as part of an exemplar 'garden suburb', should be resisted, the shortfall in housing land supply not so great as to warrant granting permission.

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