Gleeson wins appeal over 165 homes at Broadbridge Heath.

Protestors have lost their fight to stop land at Broadbridge Heath being turned into a new estate of 165 homes.

Gleeson Developments yesterday (Monday) won its appeal to build on the site north of  Old Guildford Road, when a planning inspector ruled against Horsham District councillors who had refused the application against advice from planning officers.

The firm now has outline planning approval and will still have to satisfy the district planners and councillors about details of its scheme before building can start.

The estate will also include a 60-bed care home with separate staff accommodation and two new road entrances.

One comment on “Gleeson wins appeal over 165 homes at Broadbridge Heath.

  1. These developers seem to be getting away with murder at the moment, someone wanting to convert a barn or build a house has no chance but building 100 plus houses and it’s go ahead full stem, gits

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