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Appeal: Fishing hut does not need to meet development exception

Lochan Dubh

Permission has been approved for a recreational hut at land north-east of Altnavullin near Lochan Dubh in Benderloch, Scotland, despite Argyll and Bute Council arguing that there was not an exceptional case for the development being located in a countryside zone.

The council’s reason for refusal centred on policy DM 1 (E) of the local development plan (LDP), which details the criteria for development allowed in the countryside zone. Reporter Padraic Thornton said the planning authority’s interpretation of this policy was “extremely restrictive”, in that it seemed to suggest that encouragement would only be given to development within the locatio.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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