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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’.

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