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Appeal: Retrospective consent to demolish ‘dangerous’ chimney refused

Walsall / Derek Bennet

An inspector has refused retrospective permission for the removal of a chimney in Walsall that the building’s owner argued was ‘dangerous and at risk of collapse’, citing unacceptable harm to the character of the conservation area.

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