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Appeal: Kennels’ residential conversion would enhance site’s character

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Plans to convert a dilapidated former dog kennels into a bungalow have been allowed despite their inaccessible location, after an inspector decided that the works would enhance the site’s character.

The appeal relates to a patch of land set behind the grade II listed Roundwood House in mid-Suffolk. The site sits beyond the nearest settlement boundary and protrudes beyond the setting of the house into open countryside. It is overgrown and undeveloped, except for various dilapidated timber structures, remnants of a former kennel and cattery business.

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