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09/10/2020

Appeal: Harm to listed theatre narrowly outweighs connectivity improvements

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Theatre Royal, Windsor / Shutterstock: 1644460636

In a finely balanced decision, an inspector decided that the public benefits of greater connectivity from installing new telecoms equipment on the roof of a historic theatre in Windsor were outweighed by the heritage harm the plan would cause.

LOCATIONWindsorAUTHORITYWindsor & Maidenhead Borough CouncilINSPECTORPaul ThompsonPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/T0355/W/20/3248510The appeal concerned the Theatre Royal, a grade II listed Edwardian building and working theatre in the centre of Windsor. The appellants, Cornerstone, Telefonica UK and Vodafone, sought permission to install various telecommunications........
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