Inspectors flag concerns over 'intrinsic flaws' in York green belt boundary proposals

Planning inspectors examining City of York Council's emerging local plan have flagged concerns about how the authority has delineated proposed green belt boundaries in the document, highlighting "intrinsic flaws embedded in the methodology".

by Michael Donnelly
York (pic: Orangeaurochs, Flickr)
York (pic: Orangeaurochs, Flickr)

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