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Appeal: ‘Bespoke’ SEND school is ruled appropriate in green belt

Specialist education for children with autism / Shutterstock: 1914170926

Plans to convert a large detached home in the Surrey green belt into a specialist school for boys with autism have been approved by an inspector, who decided that the scheme was sustainable development and not inappropriate in the green belt.

LOCATIONChipsteadAUTHORITYReigate & Banstead Borough CouncilINSPECTORLynne EvansPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/L3625/W/20/3258530The appeal concerned a large, vacant detached property in Chipstead, a commuter village in the Surrey green belt. The building, which is set in extensive grounds and includes a detached garage with upstairs accommodation, also sits within........
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