Heritage harm at quarry outweighs housing need

A mixed-use redevelopment scheme at part of a former quarry adjoining a village in Kent, including 146 houses and provision of a local centre with 1256 square metres of retail and medical services floorspace, was refused for less than substantial harm to the settings of heritage assets in the adjoining village not outweighed by the public benefits of the housing and employment provided, despite a five-year housing shortfall in the area.

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