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02/12/2015

Appeal: Storage containers ruled appropriate for rural setting

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The change of use of a rural site in Wymondham, Norfolk, for the siting of storage containers has been approved - against the decision of South Norfolk Council.

The council objected to the proposal as inappropriate development within the countryside. Inspector John Bell-Williamson therefore consulted policy DM1.3 of the South Norfolk Local Plan Development Management Document, which in part specifies that development outside settlement boundaries may be allowed if the proposal otherwise demonstrates overriding benefits in terms of economic, social and .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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