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26/02/2021

Appeal: Nitrate neutrality policy scuppers chiropractor conversion

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Plans to convert a listed chiropractor’s clinic in Andover have been denied by an inspector, who was not persuaded that a residential use of the building would necessarily lead to a fall in nitrate levels entering the Solent.

LOCATIONAndoverAUTHORITYTest Valley Borough CouncilINSPECTORS EdwardsPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONSplit decisionREFERENCEAPP/C1760/W/20/3258111The appeal concerned a grade II listed building in the Hampshire town of Andover, within its conservation area. The appellant sought planning permission and listed building consent to convert the building from its existing use as a chiropractor’s........
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