Inspector overturns refusal of 1,100-home Essex urban extension

A planning inspector has allowed an appeal against an Essex council's refusal of plans for a 1,138-home urban extension on flood risk grounds after he concluded that the developer's approach to surface water drainage was in "full compliance with the development plan".

by Michael Donnelly
A masterplan image of the Heybridge North scheme (pic credit: Countryside Properties)
A masterplan image of the Heybridge North scheme (pic credit: Countryside Properties)

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