Inspector cites lack of housing land supply to allow 450 Somerset homes

A planning inspector has granted permission for 450 homes on an unallocated site on the outskirts of Nailsea in Somerset, after finding that the local authority's lack of a five-year housing land supply meant the proposed scheme's conflict with an adopted core strategy should be overlooked.

by Mark Wilding
An artist's impression of plans for 450 homes near Nailsea. Image: Mactaggart and Mickel Homes
An artist's impression of plans for 450 homes near Nailsea. Image: Mactaggart and Mickel Homes

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