Green gap policy does not act as restraint on housing supply

Despite concluding that a local plan policy in Cheshire did not directly restrict the supply of housing land an inspector determined that the impact of up to 150 dwellings would not be significantly harmful to its role and function and allowed the developer's appeal.

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