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25/05/2018

Appeal: Beach huts would harm setting of Dorset world heritage site

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An inspector has refused plans for 45 beach huts on a Dorset cliffside despite the appellant’s similar fallback scheme, noting that the local council ‘may have been generous’ in granting the earlier permission.

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