Inspector knocks back North Yorkshire rail freight interchange appeal

Plans for a strategic rail freight interchange in the North Yorkshire countryside have been dismissed at appeal after an inspector concluded the proposed development was in conflict with both local and national planning policy.

by Mark Wilding
The site of the proposed development (Image: Harworth Group)
The site of the proposed development (Image: Harworth Group)

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