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The Plan suggests that rural exception schemes should be used to grant planning permission in the Green Belt outside settlement boundaries for market housing. This would be a breach of NPPF 89 which stipulates that a local planning authority should regard the construction of new buildings as `inappropriate in the Green Belt. New market housing does not meet the criteria and should be prohibited as confirmed by recent planning decisions in court.

The Secretary of State has made it clear that traveller sites are not appropriate in the Green Belt. In the Sustainability Appraisal, proposed Sites 92, 93 and 94 are shown to be significant distances from local services and without the existing settlement boundary. A proposal to move the settlement boundary to include or become adjacent to these sites or inset these sites requires “exceptional circumstances” to be proved. Furthermore, proposed government changes to the planning requirements surrounding such pitches (existing or not) in consultation, shall require pitches to be provided for Gypsies that continue to travel and are not seeking permanent residence, therefore it is not possible to claim in this policy that such homes are secured as affordable in perpetuity and this phrase should be removed from the policy in relation to Gypsy and traveller pitches.

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