Plans for 14 homes in countryside turned down

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THE government’s planning inspector has thrown out an appeal to build a small housing estate.

East Hampshire District Council refused to give Southcott Homes Ltd permission to build 14 homes on land north of Trafalgar Rise, Clanfield.

The company then appealed to the planning inspector who upheld the decision. They said the development would represent an inappropriate and unwarranted form of residential development in an area of countryside outside the settlement boundary and would encroach unacceptably into a designated local gap.