Residential scheme would make up housing land supply shortfall

A scheme in Essex which sought approximately 1,200 dwellings, a primary school, community buildings, retail/business/live work units, allotments and public open space was allowed as it would help to make up a shortfall in a five-year supply of housing land and reduce a pressing need for housing in the area.

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