Inspector allows huge employment scheme on unallocated countryside site

A planning inspector has allowed an appeal for a 90,000 square metre logistics scheme on an unallocated open countryside site, after finding that the project's economic benefits outweighed its "significant harm" to the landscape.

by Stephen Cousins
National Forest Way in Swithland Wood (Credit: Matt Fascione)
National Forest Way in Swithland Wood (Credit: Matt Fascione)

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