56,000 sqm mixed-use Somerset scheme refused over town centre impact concerns

Plans have been refused for a 56,000 square metre mixed-use employment-led scheme on a greenfield site on the edge of Yeovil in Somerset, in line with a recommendation from planners who concluded that the development could compromise the council's strategy for "regenerating, enhancing and improving the vitality of Yeovil town centre".

by Michael Donnelly
A masterplan visualisation of the development. (Image courtesy of Abbey Manor Group Ltd and Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd)
A masterplan visualisation of the development. (Image courtesy of Abbey Manor Group Ltd and Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd)

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