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A ROW over plans for 45 new dwellings off Leys Lane, Meriden is set to rumble on.

Last month, the application by Taylor Wimpey was thrown out by Solihull Council’s planning committee.

Last month, the application by Taylor Wimpey was thrown out by Solihull Council’s planning committee.

At their meeting on January 23, members ruled a residential development would constitute inappropriate development in the green belt.

But just a few weeks later, the developers have lodged an appeal with the Government’s Planning Inspectorate.

This means the housing scheme will be the latest to go to a public inquiry, presided over by a Planning Inspector.

A date and venue for the inquiry has yet to be fixed.

 

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