Totality of harms renders needed housing unacceptable

Forty-two dwellings on arable land at the edge of a west Sussex settlement have been refused for harm arising from the conflict with the adopted settlement strategy for the area, harm to the setting of heritage assets and harm to the appearance and character of the countryside, not outweighed by the benefits of the new market and affordable homes in an area identified as having a shortfall.

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