CASEBOOK: Appeal cases - Housing: new build - Clay quarry pool held not to be brownfield land

A scheme to landfill a large pool formed from clay extraction at a quarry in Leicestershire and redevelop the site for housing has been rejected by an inspector who held that it did not comprise brownfield land and constituted a recreational facility for which no replacement had been made.

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