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17/01/2017

Appeal: ‘Grand’ orangery would harm listed building

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An inspector has refused permission for the addition of an ‘orangery’ to a grade II listed building in Stirton, Skipton, because of the detrimental impact it would have on the heritage of the building.

Inspector Susan Ashworth said the special architectural and historic interest of Stirton Croft, a residential property dating from the mid-late 18th century, was derived from its age, form, character, and the 19th and 20th century additions made to the building.Although the orangery would be sited in a slight recess behind the front section of the building, Ashworth said it would still result........
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