Benefits of new homes insufficient to outweigh harm to heritage assets

Up to 263 new homes on agricultural land in open countryside in Wiltshire were refused mainly for their cumulative harm to heritage assets, despite a housing supply shortfall in the area.

200-005-649 (Image Credit: Wiltshire Council)
200-005-649 (Image Credit: Wiltshire Council)

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