No site allocations in neighbourhood plan paves way for new homes

An outline proposal for 235 dwellings, primary school, green space and associated infrastructure on arable land at the edge of a village in Nottinghamshire was allowed in conflict with local and neighbourhood plan policies limiting the amount of new homes in the area, the benefits of the scheme outweighing the harms given a housing land supply position of just over three years.

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