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Appeal: Bunds blight airfield tourism plans despite safety sanction

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An inspector agreed that plans for 43 timber-clad holiday units on part of a recreational airfield in Yorkshire complied with aviation safety guidelines, before citing the ‘stark’ appearance of the 25ft and 30ft acoustic bunds proposed in refusing permission.

LOCATIONWombletonAUTHORITYRyedale District CouncilINSPECTORS HuntPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/Y2736/W/20/3247926The appeal concerned Wombleton Airfield, a former RAF station in Ryedale, North Yorkshire. Opened in 1943, the airfield is now used for recreational flying. The appellant sought permission to install 43 timber-clad holiday units on part of the........
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