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Appeal: Plaque honouring ‘not particularly old’ bridge allowed

River Dane, Peak District / Shutterstock: 1022939572

Plans to commemorate a 19th century bridge in the Peak District with a plaque can go ahead after an inspector found it unlikely that road safety would be jeopardised by people congregating around it.

LOCATIONWincleAUTHORITYPeak District National Park AuthorityINSPECTORAnne JordanPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/M9496/Y/20/3246680The appeal concerned a grade II listed bridge over the River Dane in the Peak District. It was constructed in 1869 to replace an earlier 17th century structure.The appellant sought permission to install a bronze commemorative plaque on the........
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