Buffer should include backlog in calculating housing requirement

Permission has been granted for 175 dwellings on Grade 3 agricultural land adjoining a service centre in Yorkshire, the inspector concluding that a lack of five year housing land supply rendered local plan policy out of date and the social benefits of the scheme outweighed the loss of agricultural land. The decision follows the quashing of a previous decision by the High Court.

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