Secretary of state approves housing in world heritage site buffer zone

Finding the most important local plan policies out of date irrespective of an uncertain housing land supply position, the secretary of state went on to allow 118 houses on the edge of a Derbyshire town and within the buffer zone of a world heritage site.


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