Five-year housing land supply counts against appeal scheme

After reviewing various assumptions regarding the ability of a local authority in Kent to demonstrate an adequate supply of housing, an inspector decided that up to 57 dwellings on the edge of a large village would adversely affect the character of the area.

200-005-901 (Image Credit: Maidstone BC)
200-005-901 (Image Credit: Maidstone BC)

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