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Extra time needed in crunch meeting on plans for 2,215 homes at St George's Barracks in Rutland

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A plan to build a new 2,215-home town in Rutland has 'more holes than a kitchen colander' and could 'choke the life out of the county'.

That was the stance of those opposing the controversial development at St George’s Barracks in North Luffenham during a fiery county council meeting on Monday (January 27).

It was standing room only as residents packed into the council chamber to hear councillors trade blows over whether to approve the ‘pre-submission’ Local Plan.

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