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Developers set to appeal plans for 600 homes

Developers set to appeal plans for 600 homes

Published by Grace Mcgachy
1:04pm 2nd September 2019.

Developers set to appeal plans for 600 homes in West Norfolk. 

A previous application to develop land at Knights Hill was rejected earlier this year.

Local campaigners argued that the new houses would affect traffic, the environment and heritage.


The scheme was unanimously rejected by West Norfolk Council's planning committee in March.

But agents acting for the applicants, Whistle Wood and Reffley Wood Ltd and Mr P De Grey Osborn, have now written to the authority to inform them of their intention to challenge the decision.

The letter, which has been published online by the council, said:

"We intend to submit the appeal on or shortly after the 6th September 2019."


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