The Change of Use of Green Wedge

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

Please supply the following information:

[1] Please state the name & acreage of every area of Green Wedge that has had a change of use, sanctioned by the Council via the Planning Committee etc [for housing/any other commercial development / or other] in

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019 [up to the end of September]

Yours faithfully,

Josie Mullen

Birmingham City Council

 
 
 
 
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Our reference: 9667934
Your reference: [FOI #608648 email]

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Birmingham City Council

Good morning
 
Thank you for your email, can you please clarify what you mean green
wedge? do you mean green belt?
 
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Dear Birmingham City Council,

National Planning Policy
Framework (NPPF) or its accompanying Planning Practice Guidance
(PPG). The Planning Portal offers the following definition:
“Green wedges comprise the open areas around and between parts of
settlements, which maintain the distinction between the countryside and
built up areas, prevent the coalescence (merging) of adjacent places and
can also provide recreational opportunities.”
Planning officers will know what Green Wedge is

Yours sincerely,

Josie Mullen

Birmingham City Council

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