Shropshire draft plan proposes release of 391 hectares of green belt under ‘high growth’ strategy

Shropshire Council is set to approve a draft local plan that would involve the release of 391 hectares of green belt land for development, though previous proposals to deallocate a further 400 hectares of green belt have been dropped.

by Mark Wilding
Shropshire Council has proposed the release of 220 hectares of green belt land at RAF Cosford. Image: Flickr / Steve Lynes
Shropshire Council has proposed the release of 220 hectares of green belt land at RAF Cosford. Image: Flickr / Steve Lynes

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