Thirty houses sidestep AONB major development test

An outline scheme for thirty new homes on land outside the settlement boundary of a Cotswolds AONB town was allowed after an inspector judged the scale of development did not amount to the major development envisaged by the NPPF and found no other harm.

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200-006-993 (Image Credit: Brodie Planning Associates)
200-006-993 (Image Credit: Brodie Planning Associates)

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