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Appeal: Subterranean dwelling will not harm historic setting

Lewes High Street

Permission has been granted for a part subterranean, sustainable house in Lewes, after the inspector concluded that the house would not harm the character or appearance of the Lewes Conservation Area (LCA).

Inspector Alex Huston noted that the appeal site lies within a perimeter block created by “predominantly historic buildings”, within the rear garden of a property that faces onto High Street.

Historically, Huston noted the site offers some interest as part of a burgage plot for a building on High Street. But Huston proffered that extensive hard standing for carparking areas had clearl.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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