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18/06/2021

Appeal: ‘Passivhaus Premium’ home would meet highest standards

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An inspector has approved ‘what is likely to be the first home in the country to meet the Passivhaus Premium standard’ – which requires a building to generate more energy than it consumes – despite ruling that the site was not ‘isolated' for the purposes of NPPF paragraph 79.

LOCATIONLittle HautboisAUTHORITYBroadland District CouncilINSPECTORJ Bell-WilliamsonPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/K2610/W/20/3259971The appeal site comprised the garden of a grade II listed former pub that had been converted for residential use. The appellant sought permission under NPPF paragraph 79 for a detached self-build two-bedroom home, maintaining that it was ........
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