Brokenshire dismisses plans for 1,600 homes in Essex countryside despite council's land supply deficit

Housing secretary James Brokenshire has refused plans for a 1,600-home development on open countryside in Braintree, despite the local authority's lack of a five-year housing land supply, after finding that the proposal would have an unacceptable impact on landscape character and a nearby listed building.

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