High Court upholds inspector's approval of affordable housing scheme despite landscape harm

An inspector was correct to factor in the benefits of an affordable housing scheme and the lack of a five-year land supply against landscape harm, the High Court has found in upholding a planning permission for the proposal in the Wiltshire countryside.

by Court reporter
The Royal Courts of Justice in London

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