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15/05/2020

Appeal: Efficiency improvements would not amount to an extension

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Plans to improve the insulation of a glazed conservatory to a bungalow in the New Forest would not amount to an extension, an inspector has ruled, after finding no ‘thermal separation’ between the two.

LOCATIONWoodlandsAUTHORITYNew Forest National Park AuthorityINSPECTORS LeonardPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/B9506/D/19/3237426The appeal concerned a detached bungalow in the New Forest National Park. The bungalow received permission as a replacement dwelling in 2008 under local policy allowing a 30 per cent increase in floor space over the previous dwelling.The........
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