Extant permission does not justify green belt harm

Residential development on previously developed land in the green belt in West Yorkshire was refused as inappropriate development resulting in loss of openness and harm to the character and appearance of the area with the shortfall of housing land supply in the area and an extant residential permission being regarded as insufficient reason to justify the harm to the green belt and character of the area generally.

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