Infill of railway cutting held to be unacceptable in highway terms

A proposal to import 138,000 tonnes of fill material over 114 weeks to infill a disused railway cutting has been rejected by a planning inspector due to the unacceptable impact on residential amenity and on highway safety.

by Ruth Amundson

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