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Appeal: Special circumstances unproven for green belt granny annexe

Ruddington / Garth Newton

Plans for a detached granny annexe in the grounds of a farmhouse in the Nottingham green belt have been refused as the appellant failed to explain how extant plans for an annexe within the main house would ‘disrupt his family life’.

The appeal concerned one of a number of large detached farmhouses in the green belt near Ruddington, a village six miles south of Nottingham. The farmhouse sits in generous grounds, with open fields in three directions.

The appellant sought permission to build a residential annexe, detached from the main house, to provide care and accommodation for an elderly and disabled relative who nee.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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