Plans refused for 167-home scheme in Northumberland countryside

Plans have been refused for a 167-home development in open countryside in Northumberland after officers raised concerns about the scheme's impact on the landscape's character and said it woud be "unacceptable on archaeological grounds".

by Ben Cooper
Widdrington Station (pic: Richard Webb via Geograph)
Widdrington Station (pic: Richard Webb via Geograph)

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