Royston councillors oppose housing plans

PUBLISHED: 18:04 05 February 2014 | UPDATED: 18:04 05 February 2014

The average household chucks away £125 simply by failing to look for a better deal on home insurance.

The average household chucks away £125 simply by failing to look for a better deal on home insurance.

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Councillors have opposed plans for two new houses which they consider are an over-development.

Royston Town Council’s planning committee met on Monday evening, and objected to the construction of a five-bedroom house in Heathfield, Royston, after a number of letters of opposition from neighbours.

A separate application for a new four-bedroom home in Tannery Drift was opposed on similar grounds.

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