Green gap policy breach adequately reasoned in rejected council court challenge

Cheshire East Council was unable to persuade the High Court that an inspector had been wrong to allow an appeal (DCS No. 200-004-257) involving 150 dwellings in a green gap, despite claiming that he had erred in deciding that the landscape was not 'protected' in the context of paragraph 109 of the NPPF.

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