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01/11/2018

Appeal: Replacement green belt farmhouse blocked despite improved openness

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Danzey Green / Shutterstock: 33542809

Plans for the replacement of a Warwickshire farmhouse would be an inappropriate green belt development, an inspector has ruled, despite the appellant's plans to improve the site's openness by demolishing 28 existing outbuildings.

LOCATIONDanzey GreenAUTHORITYStratford-on-Avon District CouncilINSPECTORM AqbalPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/J3720/W/17/3191794The appeal concerned a farmstead in Danzey Green, a village in the West Midlands green belt. The site comprises a farmhouse occupied by the appellant, along with numerous outbuildings of various forms, sizes and designs.The appellant sought........
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