Marginal housing land supply shortfall engages tilted planning balance

In allowing nine dwellings outside a settlement in Suffolk the council's marginal housing land supply shortfall was sufficient to trigger the tilted planning balance under paragraph 14 of the NPPF and, since an inspector concluded that very little harm would result from the scheme, the adverse impacts did not significantly and demonstrably outweigh the benefits.

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