Casebook: Appeal case - Gypsies and travellers - Site retention blocked despite lack of alternatives

In rejecting a scheme to retain a Gypsy site in the Kent green belt, the deputy prime minister has ruled that the shortage of suitable sites did not outweigh the harmful impact on the area's openness.

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