Housing supply policies not out of date even though based on old requirements

A proposal for 51 new homes at a former sand quarry at the edge of a village in Bedfordshire was refused for significant harm to the landscape character of the site and appearance of the area generally, and regardless of the housing land supply position.

200-007-042 (Image Credit: PHD Chartered Town Planners)
200-007-042 (Image Credit: PHD Chartered Town Planners)

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