Council signs off 2,380-home urban extension almost four years after committee approval

A council in Wiltshire has granted final permission for a 2,380-home urban extension that was given the go-ahead by its planning committee in 2017 after it said negotiations with the developer over the section 106 legal agreement “took longer than usual”.

by Ellie Kahn
The centre of Swindon (Pic: Getty)
The centre of Swindon (Pic: Getty)

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