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Appeal: Clubhouse approved for ‘stalled’ St Andrews golf course

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A reporter has approved the erection of a clubhouse on a stalled golf course development on green belt land in St Andrews following the signing of a section 75 agreement.

In his decision notice of 12 August 2016, reporter John H Martin said that permission for the golf course was granted prior to the land being designated as green belt, and that subsequent approvals of reserved matters which have been implemented have ensured that the permission remains extant in perpetuity, so only the details of the clubhouse remain to be considered.

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