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Appeal: Nursery development will not harm living conditions


The change of use of offices to a 69-place nursery has been approved for a property in Reigate, Surrey, after an inspector ruled that the scheme would not unacceptably harm the living conditions of neighbouring residents through noise impact.

Inspector Patrick Whelan noted that the appeal property was once a large semi-detached house, and that the attached property remains a family home, as well as lying adjacent to residential flats.Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s main concern was that the external play area of the nursery would result in unacceptable noise impact on surrounding occupiers. But after assessing the........
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