||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 366 (Nov)
Maurice Kay J
||Alice Robinson (instructed by Colin Wilson) for the authority.
||Paul Brown (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the Secretary of State.
||Robert White (instructed by ) for the developer.
||25 November 2002
Town and country planning - Planning permission - Appeal - Decision of inspector - Approach of inspector.
On the facts of the instant case, a planning inspector had been entitled to conclude that no affordable housing was required because the proposals to convert three houses, which had been used as one set of offices, into flats, did not amount to different phases of the same development, notwithstanding that the three houses could be said to be in de facto common ownership.
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