Inspector blocks 370 Gloucestershire homes over heritage impacts

Permission for 370 homes in the open countryside near Thornbury in Gloucestershire has been refused by an inspector who ruled that likely harm to nearby listed buildings put the development at odds with the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).

by Mark Wilding
An artist's impression of plans for 370 homes near Thornbury. Image: Bovis Homes
An artist's impression of plans for 370 homes near Thornbury. Image: Bovis Homes

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