Subterranean dwellings fall foul of sequential test to avoid flood risk

Six partial subterranean dwellings in a village in Lincolnshire were refused for their detrimental impact on character, loss of wildlife habitat and harm to the risk of flooding through lack of a sequential test, despite no objection from the Environment Agency, subject to mitigation measures being used.


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