Inspector refuses 74-home Sussex appeal despite council's 2.6-year land supply

An inspector has dismissed an appeal against an East Sussex council's failure to determine a 74-home application, despite the authority having only a 2.6 year housing land supply, after concluding that the presumption in favour of sustainable development did not apply because of the site's proximity to protected habitats.

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