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19/10/2017

Appeal: Part-time holiday let allowed despite ‘acute’ housing shortage

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An inspector has allowed plans to let a Lambeth flat for a maximum of 180 days a year, using a planning condition to strike a balance between short-term letting and permanent housing.

The appeal relates to a two-storey flat within a grade II listed terraced house in Lambeth, which currently has a class C3 (residential) use. The proposal sought permission to use the flat for temporary sleeping accommodation for no more than 180 days a year, in addition to the existing C3 use. The letting would occur while the appellant travels abroad, when the flat would otherwi.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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