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Appeal: Sports facilities approved for Sutton school


Nonsuch High School for Girls in Sutton, Surrey, has been granted permission for the development of sports facilities, including an artificial surface running track and sports dome, after an inspector found that the proposal would not lead to a material increase in on-street parking.

Inspector Lynne Evans noted that while some sport facilities already existed at the school, these new facilities were intended to be made available to the public outside of school hours; this point led to the application being refused by Epsom and Ewell Borough Council because of concerns about a potential increase in traffic.

The council had also objected to the proposal because it perce.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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