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Appeal: Outbuilding for sculpture hobby deemed permitted development

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An inspector has granted a certificate of lawful development for a small sculpture studio in the back garden of a terraced home in Dagenham, after accepting the appellant's comparison to setting up a home gym instead of paying for a membership.

LOCATIONDagenhamAUTHORITYBarking & Dagenham Borough CouncilINSPECTORD FlemingPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/Z5060/X/20/3260503The appeal concerned a small end of terrace property in Dagenham, occupied by the appellant, his partner and two children. The appellant planned to construct a four-room outbuilding measuring 6.5 metres by 8.2 metres, to take the place of a........
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