Brokenshire overrules inspector to refuse 471-home Sainsbury's store redevelopment

The housing secretary has overruled the recommendation of a planning inspector and refused plans for the 471-home mixed-use redevelopment of a Sainsbury's supermarket site, after attaching "substantial weight" to the harm caused by the loss of daylight arising from the proposal.

by Michael Donnelly
Housing secretary James Brokenshire
Housing secretary James Brokenshire

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