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Appeal: 32ft garden trapeze would compromise neighbours’ privacy

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An inspector has refused plans for a 32ft flying trapeze in a residential garden in Stroud because participants would be able to see into neighbours' gardens.

The appeal concerns a terraced home in a residential area of western Stroud, Gloucestershire. The proposal would see the installation of a flying trapeze rig that would span the width of the rear garden, to be used for running trapeze classes.

Inspector H Baugh-Jones observed that at its tallest, the rig would be 32ft high, significantly higher than the boundary fences of neighbouring hou.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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