Bradford Council’s policy of requiring new homes to include electric car charging points has been challenged.
A developer has submitted a planning application to remove that condition from a development of houses in Shipley. The developer argues the charging points are not needed because none of the new residents have electric cars.
In 2016 Bradford Council granted planning permission to Oak Tree Developments for the demolition of the Bradford Hebrew Congregation Synagogue on Springhurst...+84% more
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