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Plans for new homes on site where Burntwood pub once stood are rejected

Plans to build 20 homes on the site of a former pub in Burntwood have been rejected.

Developers had hoped to get the go-ahead for 12 houses and eight apartments on land where The Greyhound once stood on Boney Hay Road.

But Lichfield District Council planning bosses described the proposals as an “over-intensive development”.

The latest rejection follows a number of previous schemes to redevelop the land in recent years.

Full details of the proposals together with the rejection notice can be seen on Lichfield District Council’s planning website.

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1 Comment

  1. Jozef Nakielski

    18th September, 2013 at 11:35 am

    bit late now. The pub has gone. I must say that it is a pleasant change for a council top be saying a development is too intensive. Its usually not intensive enough to please central government guidelines on density . and they’d know all about being dense.