Secretary of state rejects Salford mixed-use scheme again over greenway harm

A mixed-use scheme on open land in Greater Manchester, including up to 600 homes, has been turned down for a second time after the secretary of state concluded that it would contravene development plan policy and harm a 'greenway' running through the conurbation.

by Bryan Johnston
Salford: council first refused plans in April 2013
Salford: council first refused plans in April 2013

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