Conflict with made NDP regarded as "relatively discrete" in housing approval

An edge of village extension of 50 houses was allowed in Norfolk to boost supply, in conflict with a made neighbourhood development plan policy which aimed to protect the setting of that part of the village. The inspector held the conflict was "relatively discrete" and would not undermine the integrity of the NDP.

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