Local Plan Watch: Authority moves to drop 2,800-home green belt garden village from emerging strategy

Plans for a 2,800-home garden settlement in Kent look likely to be dropped from an authority’s local plan, despite this meaning that it will not be able to meet its housing supply requirements, after a planning inspector warned the proposal raised “significant and fundamental unanswered questions”.

by Mark Wilding

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