Plans have once again been drawn up to build houses on land next to a Lichfield pub.
Developers had previously been granted planning permission for eight homes near to the Greyhound on Upper St John Street.
But they have now applied to “reinstate” that to create three townhouses at the front of the site with five more behind.
A wrangle over the previous proposals had led to the planning inspector siding with the developers.
“I consider it to be a sustainable location where residents would not be solely reliant upon the private car.
“Given the location of the site, and the size of the proposed dwellings, I am satisfied that the level of parking would be adequate and would not result in undue pressure on local, on-street parking provision.”Comments from the planning inspector on the previous proposals
Full details of the proposed development are available on Lichfield District Council’s website.