Brokenshire refuses 225-home Kent appeal after considering European habitats judgement

Housing secretary James Brokenshire has overruled an inspector and backed a council's decision to refuse plans for 225 homes in Kent, after taking into account a landmark European court ruling that changed the rules around assessing impacts on protected habitats.

by Colin Marrs
Housing secretary James Brokenshire
Housing secretary James Brokenshire

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