79 homes approved by Council

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2 planning applications were decided by an extraordinary meeting of Epping Forest District Council on Monday 23 November 2015.

Proposals for the redevelopment of the Sixteen String Jack Public House in Theydon Bois and Knolly’s Nursery, Pick Hill Waltham Abbey were referred to Full Council from the District Development Management Committee.

Councillors refused the application for the demolition of Sixteen String Jack and the development of 11 residential apartments with parking and communal car parking.

The application for 79 residential dwellings of which 63 would be affordable, a children’s day nursery and a new access roundabout was approved for Knolly’s Nursery.