Council to pay full costs for astonishingly unreasonable behaviour

86 new dwellings and associated open space on the edge of a settlement in Lancashire were approved and an award of costs allowed against the council because the inspector determined that the evidence indicated that the alleged adverse impacts concerning road safety, drainage and loss of urban greenspace would not materialise and would not therefore outweigh the benefits of the new homes in an area with a housing shortfall.

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