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10/04/2018

Appeal: Modern design preferred to ‘unconvincing’ period style for replacement home

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Mayfield / Nick MacNeill

An inspector has approved a replacement home in an East Sussex conservation area characterised by Victorian homes, ruling that its contemporary design would avoid the ‘unconvincing replication of features belonging to a different period of architecture’.

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