Appeal Court clarifies national policy on 'isolated homes' in blocking housing plans at listed mansion

A Court of Appeal judge has upheld a planning inspector's view that a developer's plans for hundreds of new homes in the grounds of a Grade I listed Jacobean mansion in Hampshire constituted "isolated homes in the countryside" as set out in national policy and should therefore be refused.

by Court reporter
Bramshill Park - image: Shazz / geograph  (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Bramshill Park - image: Shazz / geograph (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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