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07/09/2018

Enforcement: ‘Finger-width gap’ means conservatory is not an extension

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An inspector has quashed an enforcement notice against a conservatory after finding that it complied with permitted development rules, despite the council’s claim that the appellants had ‘sought to brazenly circumvent planning strictures’.

LOCATIONBurleyAUTHORITYNew Forest NPAINSPECTORP N JarrattPROCEDUREEnforcementDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/B9506/C/17/3187537The appeal related to a three-sided, single-storey structure within the curtilage of a detached home in Burley, a village in the New Forest. The council issued an enforcement notice against the structure on the basis that it was an unauthorised extension to the main........
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