Housing approval would not undermine neighbourhood planning

A proposal for 53 dwellings has been allowed on the edge of a Northumberland market town despite the site not being allocated in a made neighbourhood plan for the area and no shortfall in housing land supply existing in the district, the inspector concluding that the neighbourhood plan did not preclude the scheme and it would not undermine the importance of neighbourhood planning in national policy.

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