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17/01/2019

Enforcement: Notice upheld against ‘hay store’ with double-glazed windows

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An inspector has upheld an enforcement notice against an unauthorised building in Somerset ostensibly used for storing hay bales, noting its ‘residential appearance’ and lack of appropriate ventilation.

LOCATIONChew MagnaAUTHORITYBath & North East Somerset CouncilINSPECTORStephen HawkinsPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONNotice upheldREFERENCEAPP/F0114/C/18/3192808The appeal concerned a substantial detached home set in open countryside west of Chew Magna, in the Bristol and Bath green belt. The local council issued an enforcement notice against an unauthorised building positioned on a........
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