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08/06/2017

Appeal: Infill extension to 14th century cottage would harm ‘historic core’

Dane End / Peter O'Connor

An inspector has blocked plans for a small extension to a grade II* listed cottage in Dane End, Hertfordshire, ruling that the works would not respect the building’s original layout plan and would put its historic fabric at risk.
 

The appeal relates to Hunts Cottage, but the listing description relates to both the cottage and the neighbouring property, Burnside, which once formed a single dwelling. The historic core of the building is a timber-framed hall house, of late 14th century origin, and courtyard to the rear.In his assessment, inspector R Barrett noted that despite some alterations, it remains possible to........
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