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Appeal: Inspector retrospectively approves ‘inadequate’ plans


An inspector has retrospectively approved a decking and fencing development after it was constructed despite the local council dismissing the plans as inadequate and ‘impossible to understand’.

The plans – for raised decking, walls and fencing at the boundary of a rear garden – were originally dismissed by Warrington Borough Council, which cited only the inadequacy of the plans. Inspector Siobhan Watson, assessing the case, agreed that it was impossible to understand the proposed development from the plans. Despite this, the appellant went ahead with construction and the d.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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