Vague unilateral undertaking scuppers housing on open space

Five new dwellings at privately owned open space in a residential area of a Surrey town was refused because the unilateral undertaking submitted with the scheme would not satisfactorily secure the provision, retention and maintenance of publicly accessible open space.


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