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23/01/2019

Appeal: Flood refuge ‘man cave’ on Thames island would harm green belt

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An inspector has blocked plans for a flood refuge and ‘man cave’ on an island in the River Thames near Molesey, south-west London, finding no very special circumstances to justify the scheme in the green belt.

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