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Appeal: Permeable paving would harm listed water cure house

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Plans to install permeable paving at a listed building in Malvern, known as the town’s first hydropathic therapy establishment, to improve surface water drainage have been rejected after an inspector criticised its ‘artificial, engineered appearance’.

LOCATIONMalvernAUTHORITYMalvern Hills District CouncilINSPECTORBeverley WildersPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/J1860/W/20/3255545The appeal concerned Park View, a grade II listed building in Malvern, where Dr James Wilson set up the town’s first hydropathic ‘water cure’ therapy establishment in the Victorian era. It has since been converted into apartments.The ........
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