High Court backs minister over refusal of green wedge homes despite shortage of affordable and family housing

The High Court has upheld a secretary of state decision which backed a Greater Manchester council's refusal of plans for a 600-home mixed-use scheme, rejecting a claim that the need for a greater supply of affordable and family-sized homes in the area outweighed harm to a green wedge.

by Court reporter
London's Royal Courts of Justice
London's Royal Courts of Justice

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