Housing density inconsistent with green infrastructure requirements

Despite an appeal site in Cumbria being identified as suitable for housing in a draft emerging local plan, an inspector was not convinced that, in respect of the scheme before him, the land was capable of accommodating 79 units.

400-013-320 (Image Credit: Barrow-in-Furness BC)
400-013-320 (Image Credit: Barrow-in-Furness BC)

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