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Appeal: Replacement home blocked after High Court quashes previous decision

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Plans for a replacement home near Gloucester have been refused, after the High Court quashed a previous inspector’s decision to grant permission and ordered a redetermination of the proposal.

The appeal site is a former pub in open countryside near Corse Lawn, a village north of Gloucester, which has been converted into a house. The appeal relates to a two-storey building attached to the pub, known as The Annexe. The proposal sought to demolish the building, which the appellant argued is not suitable for living in, and replace it with a new detached house. 

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