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Chatteris homes plans get greenlight despite fears over road safety

Plans for nine homes were given the green-light despite officers recommending refusal because of highway safety concerns.

Wednesday's meeting of Fenland District Council's planning committee saw members discuss proposals to build nine homes on land to the rear of Grade II listed 133 High Street, for nearly an hour before approving the application by Mr S Howard.

At the start of the debate members heard from Mr Howards' agent Lee Bevens who explained the application was to replace an existing permission for three executive size homes on the site, off Black Horse Lane.

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