Go-ahead for 765 Somerset homes despite anthrax concerns

Plans for up to 765 homes on a greenfield site on the edge of Yeovil have been given the green light by councillors, despite recognition from planners of "great concern amongst the general public" over the possibility of anthrax contamination on the site.

by Michael Donnelly
Primrose Lane, Yeovil (pic: Steve Barnes, Geograph)
Primrose Lane, Yeovil (pic: Steve Barnes, Geograph)

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