Green belt harm overrides improved housing and employment benefits

Two appeals involving housing and employment development in the Essex green belt were rejected by an inspector who decided that the benefits of the schemes did not outweigh the substantial harm to the openness of the area.

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200-005-823 (Image Credit: Epping Forest DC)
200-005-823 (Image Credit: Epping Forest DC)

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