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09/11/2018

Appeal: Annex to listed Georgian home would cause ‘tense juxtaposition’

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Easton-on-the-Hill / Graham Horn (Geograph): 487714

Plans to add a two-storey annex and zinc-clad link structure to a listed 18th century home near Stamford have been refused after an inspector called the ‘poorly conceived’ scheme ‘contrived and somewhat pastiche’.

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