Durham refuses two Gladman applications for 470 homes in open countryside

Durham County Council has refused two applications submitted by land promoter Gladman for up to 470 homes in open countryside, in line with a recommendation from planners who advised that, despite key local plan policies being out-of-date, the scheme would be contrary to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).

by Michael Donnelly
A masterplan visualisation of the East Stanley development. (pic: Gladman)
A masterplan visualisation of the East Stanley development. (pic: Gladman)

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