Retirement village refused for lack of quantified need

An inspector has refused a retirement village providing 200 one-and two-bed assisted living dwellings in open countryside in Lancashire determining that an overriding need for older persons housing alone did not provide justification for the scheme and the harms to the character and appearance of the area and to the setting of a nearby grade II listed building were not outweighed by any benefits.

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