Harm to setting of conservation area justified by housing need

A block of 43 retirement apartments and communal facilities has been allowed in a Hampshire village with less than substantial harm to the appearance and character of the adjacent conservation area being outweighed by the public benefits of the new apartments in an area with only a 0.5-year's supply of housing land and an identified need for homes for older people.

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