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Appeal: ‘Truly outstanding’ paragraph 79 home would not be isolated

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An inspector has rejected plans for a home in the Mendip Hills AONB despite its ‘truly outstanding’ design, because it could not be considered ‘isolated’ under NPPF paragraph 79 in light of the Court of Appeal ‘Braintree judgment’.

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