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A controversial housing development, close to famed World War Two codebreaking site Bletchley Park, has been granted planning permission by the ODPM. The go-ahead has been given for a move by Bryant Homes and Bellcross to redevelop the site for 289 dwellings. The decision brings to an end a planning battle that ensued after a council decision to refuse planning permission for the scheme.

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