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Last edited 05 Jan 2015
Primary and secondary frontages
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The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) suggests that:
'Primary frontages are likely to include a high proportion of retail uses which may include food, drinks, clothing and household goods. Secondary frontages provide greater opportunities for a diversity of uses such as restaurants, cinemas and businesses.'
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