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23/07/2021

Appeal: Nitrate neutrality concerns scupper Isle of Wight barn conversion

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Plans to convert a redundant agricultural building on the Isle of Wight have been rejected by an inspector, who found no suitable mechanism to ensure that the proposal would not harm the nitrate neutrality of the Solent special protection area.

LOCATIONShalfleetAUTHORITYIsle of Wight CouncilINSPECTORMartin SmallPROCEDUREVirtual hearingDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/P2114/W/20/3253663The appeal concerned a 1930s milking parlour near Shalfleet on the Isle of Wight that the appellants said was redundant for agricultural use. They sought permission to convert the building into a home. However, the appeal site was approximately five........
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