Gap policy accorded full weight after legal test

In allowing plans for more than 100 houses in Hampshire, an inspector has accepted that a policy seeking to maintain a gap between two settlements is not directed at restricting housing land supply.

200-004-253 (Image Credit Bryan Jezeph Consultancy Ltd)
200-004-253 (Image Credit Bryan Jezeph Consultancy Ltd)

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