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Appeal: Inspector dismisses Swansea concerns over 'undesirable precedent'

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A proposal to replace a detached barn and livestock shelter in Reynoldston, Swansea has been granted planning permission after an inspector considered its impact on an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB).

The site at Cadiz Hall has an extensive planning history with its refurbishment and renovation, together with the conversion of the adjoining dilapidated barns to form holiday lets and a new access, were granted planning permission in 2013.

A Certificate of Lawful Use was issued for the use of some of the surrounding land as a garden in 2016. The proposal would be situated on land lawfull.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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