Former Rambler Service Station Planning

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There was a planning application for 6 houses on the site of the former Rambler Service Station By-pass Road.
As CWaC did not deal with the application within the prescribed time limit, the developer has appealed to the Secretary of State to determine the application. The PC had objected to the plans as over-development, especially the fact that three-storey dwellings were proposed on this Green Belt site.

Ed: the photo does not represent the actual proposed development

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