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Appeal: ‘Bold but subtle’ design preferred to Victorian-style pastiche

Haywards Heath / Nigel Freeman

Plans for a partially subterranean home in a domestic garden in Haywards Heath can go ahead, an inspector has ruled, because the proposed modern design would not “attempt to act as a pastiche” of the Victorian architecture nearby.

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