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Appeal: Inspector grants granny flat approval

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Planning permission has been granted to a Keyworth householder to demolish a garage and replace it with a granny annexe.

Peter Atkin was appealing against Rushcliffe Borough Council’s refusal to build the single bedroom unit with a kitchen/lounge and washing facilities in his property’s garden. The building would provide accommodation for an elderly relative in need of care.

Inspector Gareth Wildgoose said the building would not constitute a separate home and would remain part of a single househ.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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