Public interest upheld despite home loss

The secretary of state has accepted an inspector's advice to uphold an enforcement notice seeking the removal of Gypsy families from land in the Bristol and Bath green belt, concluding that it was justified in the public interest even though the appellants were likely to become homeless.


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