High Court backs land supply reasoning behind Harrogate Council's homes consent

A North Yorkshire council's decision to grant planning permission for 21 new homes on a greenfield site has been backed by a judge who dismissed an objector's claim that the authority had been overly-pessimistic when assessing its housing land supply situation.

by Court reporter
Harrogate Borough Council's offices. Pic: Paul Gillett, Geograph.org
Harrogate Borough Council's offices. Pic: Paul Gillett, Geograph.org

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