Go-ahead for 400 Nottinghamshire green belt homes

Plans have been approved for 400 homes on a green belt site in Nottinghamshire after planners concluded it was 'inevitable' that the site would be removed from the green belt.

by Michael Donnelly
Radcliffe-on-Trent: 400 homes approved (pic: Mat Fascione via Geograph)
Radcliffe-on-Trent: 400 homes approved (pic: Mat Fascione via Geograph)

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