Inspector overturns Milton Keynes's refusal of employment scheme on 57-hectare allocated site

A planning inspector has allowed an appeal against a council's refusal of plans for a 241,500 square metre warehousing and industrial scheme on a 57-hectare allocated site, after concluding that concerns about heritage, transport and biodiversity impacts had been addressed.

by Michael Donnelly
A masterplan visualisation of the proposals - pic: HB (South Caldecotte) Ltd
A masterplan visualisation of the proposals - pic: HB (South Caldecotte) Ltd

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