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08/12/2017

Appeal: ‘Imposing’ cul-de-sac gates would harm community cohesion

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The residents association of a small cul-de-sac in Hampshire has been refused permission to install gates at its entrance to deter burglars, after an inspector found the scheme would be damaging to community cohesion.

The appeal relates a cluster of five homes in the village of Eversley, forming a cul-de-sac called Northwick Croft. The site sits within the district of Hart, Hampshire, which was found to be the single least-deprived council district in a 2015 study. 

The proposal, submitted by Northwick Croft Residents Association (NCRA), sought permission to install electric gates at the entrance .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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