Land supply argument helps secure consent
dha planning have secured a resolution to grant planning permission for up to 230 new homes, subject to a S106 agreement on land north of the town of Deal, Kent. Local consultations with design inputs by dha urban design revealed fierce opposition principally on the grounds of transport capacity and surface water flooding.
The site had been identified in the Dover Core Strategy as a strategic allocation subject to definition in a later land allocation development plan document (LADPD). However this would take time to produce and in the meantime, as a result of the Council's growth strategy, there was a clear deficiency in the PPS3 five year housing land availability requirement.
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