Redevelopment of open space refused on amenity and health grounds

A terrace of six, one-bedroom bungalows was refused in a built-up area of Greater Manchester because of the harm arising from the loss of the open space affected, despite the fact the site was not designated and was privately owned.

400-027-907 (Image Credit: Tameside MBC)
400-027-907 (Image Credit: Tameside MBC)

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