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Appeal: Design of Ballycastle dwellings deemed inappropriate


Permission has been refused for 96 dwellings in Ballycastle, Northern Ireland, after a commissioner ruled that the design and layout of the scheme would be inappropriate for its setting.

Commissioner Diane O’Neill noted that the appeal site was identified as a “major area of existing open space” in the Causeway Coast and Glens District Council Northern Area Plan 2016, but that the principle of housing development on the site had been found acceptable in a previous appeal that concluded that this previous Gaelic pitch did not fall within the definition of open space of pub.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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