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Appeal: Pavilion could revive local interest in sport

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Plans for a pavilion and community hall near Oakham, Rutland, have been approved after an inspector suggested that the new multi-functional community space could revive interest in sport and recreation in the area.

The proposal sought permission for a “pavilion and hall” in the grounds of a recreation area in South Luffenham, in the southern Rutland countryside. It was originally blocked by Rutland County Council, which argued that it would harm the character and appearance of the area.

Although the council had worked with the appellant to find an acceptable design for the scheme by sugg.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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