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Appeal: Partially subterranean green belt home would not harm openness

West Midlands Green Belt / iStock: 104018721

An inspector has allowed a home in the West Midlands Green Belt that will be larger than the buildings it replaces, ruling that it would not harm green belt openness because the additional space would be underground.

The appeal relates to a single-storey home and various outbuildings, on green belt land near the village of Claverdon, Warwickshire. The appellant sought permission to replace all the buildings on site with a new home, in accordance with paragraph 89 bullet point 4 of the NPPF (National Planning Policy Framework), which allows “the replacement of a building, provided the new building is i.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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