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06/03/2020

Appeal: ‘Vibrant' pink paint at odds with conservation area

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An inspector has refused retrospective permission to paint a home in a Merseyside conservation area a ‘vibrant’ shade of pink, deeming the colour scheme ‘at odds with the palette’ of the area.

LOCATIONMoor Park, CrosbyAUTHORITYSefton Metropolitan Borough CouncilINSPECTORS R G BairdPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/M4320/D/19/3241867The appeal concerned a large detached house in Moor Park, a small conservation area in Crosby, a coastal town in the Sefton area of Merseyside.The appellant sought to remove a condition requiring the house to be painted white,........
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