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Case Study

Appealed Allowed for a Single Detached Dwelling in a Conservation Area

Residential

Date
9th July 2021
Local Planning Authority
Following the refusal of the previous application, our team submitted an appeal.

Our team argued that this development has been designed to conserve and enhance the conservation area, landscape character and considers any impact on the nearby listed buildings.

The scheme provides landscape and biodiversity enhancements and will provide a home designed to a high quality with natural and traditional materials.

The appeal was allowed and planning permission is granted for the erection of a single detached dwelling and double garage with associated landscaping.

Appealed Allowed for a Single Detached Dwelling in a Conservation Area
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