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Appeal: Another eco-dwelling dismissed as ‘not sustainable’

Isolated rural dwelling

Permission has been refused for a new ecological dwelling in Thurston, Suffolk, after an inspector found that it would fail to support sustainable transport methods.

The appeal site lies within garden land of a two-storey house, itself situated in a small, scattered group of homes within the countryside north of the village of Thurston. Inspector David Spencer contended that there was a limited relationship between the appeal site and the locality, and that it did not form part of a notable of cohesive group of buildings.

Spencer further found that th.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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