Vehicular and pedestrian gateway would not affect social interaction

The installation of a vehicular and pedestrian gateway separating affordable and market housing inside a 35-house development scheme in Worcestershire was allowed with no harm to inclusive design, social interaction or the use of shared spaces, subject to conditions requiring the gates to be kept unlocked and the vehicular access to be kept ungated.

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