The NPPF: A Digest
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“106. The language of  of the Framework is notably broad.
110.  of the Framework does not exclude enabling development in principle from its scope, it does not expressly relate to, let alone favour, enabling development either; its thrust is correctly identified by [the Inspector] in DL47.”
R (Shave) v Maidstone Borough Council  EWHC 1895 (Admin), Holgate J
“[the last sentence of NPPF 84] does not appear to be qualifying any of the preceding text. Instead, it encourages the use of previously developed land and sites which are well-related to existing settlements. It does not seek to restrict sustainable development in rural areas to such locations.”