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21/07/2017

Appeal: Flats scheme would fly in face of Bournemouth conservation area

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An appeal to demolish a house and build a block of seven flats in a Bournemouth conservation area has been dismissed.

The Hurst and Hurst Estates proposal is within the Meyrick Park and Talbot Woods Conservation Area.

The appellant also signed a unilateral planning obligation (UPO) to contribute to mitigation measures to safeguard the Dorset Heathlands from the impact of future residents.

Inspector JJ Evans found the proposal would neither preserve nor enhance the character or appearance of a conse.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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