Brokenshire blocks 226-home Cornwall scheme over green gap landscape impact

The housing secretary has backed Cornwall Council's decision to refuse plans for 226 homes on an unallocated greenfield site after agreeing with an inspector that the scheme would 'significantly harm the landscape character and visual amenity of the area'.

by Michael Donnelly
Refusal: housing secretary James Brokenshire
Refusal: housing secretary James Brokenshire

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