Village homes plan rejected by West Norfolk councillors due to 'lack of sufficient land'
West Norfolk councillors unanimously rejected outline plans for new housing near a village primary school and former public house after Highways objected to the application.
An indicative proposal for a housing site at the junction of School Road and Hope Lane in Marshland St James was put before a virtual planning committee meeting yesterday.
The application was recommended for refusal by officers, and objections had been raised by the parish council and Highways due to a lack of sufficient land.
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