Local Plan Watch: Inspector backs plan's 'aspirational' housing target 60% higher than need

A planning inspector has endorsed a Yorkshire council’s draft local plan that sets a housing target almost 60 per cent higher than its local need and proposes removing 55 hectares of land from the green belt for 1,000 new homes.

by Mark Wildings
The Minster Church of St George in Doncaster (Pic: Getty)
The Minster Church of St George in Doncaster (Pic: Getty)

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