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Appeal: Biomass boiler would not be ‘unneighbourly’


Retrospective planning permission has been granted for a biomass boiler, flue and associated housing in Eastbourne, East Sussex, after an inspector disagreed that the development would be incongruous in the area.

Inspector Cullum JA Parker noted that the appeal site is within a larger industrial estate. While Eastbourne Borough Council contended that the proposal would be “unneighbourly” given its height, bulk and proximity to neighbouring dwellings, Parker found that the structure is seen “in the context of the wider industrial estate”, where there are a number of units of various styles and ty.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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