How a court ruling will affect decisions on whether new homes are too isolated

Experts say the judgment in the Bramshill Park case will give planning authorities more leeway to interpret when to apply rules preventing development of isolated homes in the countryside.

by David Blackman
Bramshill Park - image: © Andrew Smith / Geograph (cc-by-sa 2.0)
Bramshill Park - image: © Andrew Smith / Geograph (cc-by-sa 2.0)

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