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Appeal: Digital advert less distracting than five traditional billboards

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An inspector has allowed plans to replace five traditional billboard adverts with a single animated digital display, ruling that the new display would be less distracting to motorists negotiating a busy nearby roundabout.

The appeal relates to the end wall of a row of terraced houses facing onto a roundabout in Winsford, west Cheshire. There are currently five billboard adverts visible to motorists using the roundabout – one attached to the wall of the house, and another four attached to fencing to its left. The proposal would see the removal of all five billboards, and installation of a single animated di.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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