Numerous deficiencies sufficient to outweigh benefit of high affordable element

The redevelopment of an industrial building to 59 dwellings in a built up area of Buckinghamshire has been refused despite the majority of the dwellings being proposed as affordable, on the grounds of harm to the appearance and character of the area, detriment to residential amenity and unacceptable impact on flood risk and highways safety.

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