bdswiss erfahrungen

Basically 'inset' permits a local planning authority to draw a line around land in the Green Belt and declare it no longer part of the Green Belt at which point all Green Belt planning protections are lost to the land within the boundary. This is likely to lead to "garden grabbing" and a densification of development within the inset boundary.

A village that is 'inset' from the Green Belt or other countryside protection policies on the proposals map, sometimes allowing appropriate development. (Definition from the Planning Portal). 

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