Inspectors recommend withdrawal of Uttlesford plan over 'vague' garden communities proposals

Planning inspectors have recommended that an Essex council withdraw its local plan from examination, saying they would not be able to find the document sound because of its insufficient and "vague" evidence to justify proposals for three garden communities.

by Colin Marrs
Offices of Uttlesford District Council, Essex. Image by Peter Trimming, geograph.org.uk
Offices of Uttlesford District Council, Essex. Image by Peter Trimming, geograph.org.uk

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