The UK government has claimed that neighbourhood plans are proposing the development of more homes than are provided for in the local plans for the same areas.
In his last week as UK communities secretary, Greg Clark refused outline planning permission for up to 184 homes in open countryside near the Cheshire town of Winsford.
The Supreme Court has granted permission for two councils to appeal a decision that confirmed that the definition of "relevant policies for the supply of housing" in paragraph 49 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) should be interpreted widely....
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