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07/10/2015

Appeal: School redevelopment ruled inappropriate for green belt

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Edge Grove School in Watford has had its appeal to demolish “outmoded” buildings and and erect a new building rejected after an inspector ruled that it constituted “inappropriate development in the green belt”.

The school consists of an original Grade II listed building and surrounding buildings, all of which currently lie within the green belt.

Inspector Tim Wood ruled that the buildings proposed to be demolished are “very low and unobtrusive”, and “hardly make an impact at all” on the surrounding landscape.

Transversely, the replacement building would be two storeys, with a footp.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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