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27/07/2016

Appeal: Conditions restricting care home occupancy ‘unnecessary’

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An inspector has ruled that restrictive conditions on the occupancy of a multiple sclerosis short-stay rest home in Leamington Spa should be removed as they do not affect the impact that the scheme would have on the green belt.

Warwick District Council had imposed conditions on both the erection of and subsequent extension to the care home, limiting its use to a residential care home within the class C2 use of the Town and Country Planning (Uses Classes) order 1987 and for no other use including any other use within C2, arguing that any other use might be contrary to green belt aims. This would exclude the use of the .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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