Council fails to defend settlement hierarchy

A Somerset council failed to convince an inspector that it had sufficient housing land supply to support its refusal of an outline scheme for 118 homes, including 30 percent affordable, on agricultural land outside the settlement boundary of an 'infill' village with few services.


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