Heritage harms prevent village expansion

An outline scheme for up to 70 dwellings on the edge of a village in open countryside in Dorset was refused for conflict with the spatial strategy for the area, unsustainable travel patterns and a reliance on the use of the private car, harm to the character and appearance of the area, the character and appearance of a conservation area and the setting of a nearby grade II listed building.

200-009-960 (Image Credit: Dorset Council)
200-009-960 (Image Credit: Dorset Council)

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