Fallback permission does not sway inspector's refusal

An inspector has refused a scheme for nine dwellings on the edge of a Nottinghamshire village for conflict with the spatial strategy of the neighbourhood plan, harm to the character and appearance of the area and for failing to deliver a range of house types that would reflect housing needs, despite an extant permission for 14 dwellings at the same site.

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