High Court blocks plans to redevelop Grade I listed mansion site with up to 250 homes

Plans to build hundreds of new homes in the grounds of a 17th-century Grade I listed mansion in the Hampshire countryside have been blocked by a High Court judge, who backed an inspector's rejections of the proposals on grounds that included harm to the area's character and appearance.

by Court reporter
Bramshill House, Hampshire. Pic: Andrew Smith
Bramshill House, Hampshire. Pic: Andrew Smith

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