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PUBLISHED: 13:10 21 June 2007 | UPDATED: 15:08 12 May 2010

TOWNS even in rural areas must be liable to higher density development. In such words a Government inspector has this week demolished the arguments of councillors who declared that 343 dwellings were too many for Fairfield Estates to build on a 20-acre

TOWNS even in rural areas must be liable to higher density development."

In such words a Government inspector has this week demolished the arguments of councillors who declared that 343 dwellings were too many for Fairfield Estates to build on a 20-acre site at the north end of the town.

"Disgraceful", "scandalous" and "a bitter disappointment" were some of the comments made by town councillors.


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