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Appeal: Inflatable ‘air dome’ over tennis courts deemed ‘unneighbourly’

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A school in Buckinghamshire that erected a 10-metre-tall inflatable ‘air dome’ over its four tennis courts must remove the structure, after an inspector called it ‘an alien and incongruous form of development’ that harmed the character of the area.

LOCATIONHolmer GreenAUTHORITYBuckinghamshire CouncilINSPECTORK StephensPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/X0415/C/21/3270367The appeal concerned four tennis courts at Holmer Green Senior School, in a residential area on the edge of High Wycombe. The school had covered the tennis courts with an inflated “air dome” to protect them from bad weather, but the council issued an........
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