‘Significant concerns’ raised over Ashfield’s local plan

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A special meeting is set to be held to discuss Ashfield District Council’s proposed Local Plan after the planning inspector revealed he had ‘significant concerns’ about its soundness and legality.

The exploratory meeting will take place on 11th March and its purpose is to discuss a number of concerns that inspector Jeremy Youle has raised with the plan.

These concerns relate to the duty to co-operate, gypsy and traveller sites, objectively assessed housing needs, the plan period, the sustainability appraisal, green belt and Sherwood Forest.


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