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01/02/2018

Appeal: Homeowners fall foul of occupancy condition after purchase

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An inspector has upheld a planning condition restricting the occupation of a new-build home in Yorkshire, requiring the new owners to rent nearby for three years before they can live there.

The appeal relates to a partially completed new-build home in Broughton, a village and civil parish in the Ryedale district of North Yorkshire. The home was approved by Ryedale District Council subject to various planning conditions enforcing the policies of the Ryedale Local Plan (LP).The LP aims to distribute development in the area according to a settlement hierarchy, under which Broughton........
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