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Appeal: Island green belt home's design is 'very special circumstances'

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Plans for a replacement home in Somerset deemed 'inappropriate development' under NPPF rules can go ahead, an inspector has ruled, concluding that the 'holistic' proposals amounted to 'very special circumstances'.

LOCATIONChew MagnaAUTHORITYBath & North-east Somerset CouncilINSPECTORM BalePROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/F0114/W/18/3213784The appeal concerned a "utilitarian" home on a small island bounded by the River Chew in Chew Magna, a village near Bristol. The appellant sought permission to demolish the home and its associated garage and greenhouse, replacing them with a........
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