Cherished village setting and quality of local environment compromised by housing plan

Despite winning an argument that a local authority in Berkshire could not demonstrate five years supply of housing land, an Inspector nonetheless rejected an appeal on the basis that it would significantly affect the setting and size of a village.

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200-007-058 (Image Credit: Wokingham BC)
200-007-058 (Image Credit: Wokingham BC)

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