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31/07/2018

Appeal: ‘Well-judged’ flat-roof home allowed on Isle of Skye


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An inspector has approved a new home on the Isle of Skye despite local objections to its flat-roofed design, ruling that it would not ‘compete or clash’ with the area’s existing character.

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