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Appeal: Adventure golf course would harm green belt

Adventure golf

Permission has been refused for an adventure golf course in the green belt in Orpington, Bromley, after an inspector judged that the ornamental features included in the appeal would cumulatively harm the openness of the green belt.

Inspector Elizabeth Pleasant noted that the council’s unitary development plan, in line with the NPPF, refers to appropriate development in the green belt as including “essential facilities for outdoor sport and recreation and open air facilities and other uses of land which preserve the openness of the green belt”.

But Pleasant further noted that section 336 of the Town.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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