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07/09/2016

Appeal: Tennis court would not be detrimental to countryside location

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A tennis court has been approved for Pasturefields Farm in Stafford after an inspector decided that it would not harm the character and appearance of the countryside location.

Inspector Gareth W Thomas noted that Stafford Borough Council policy states that development outside of its strategic location of development will only be considered acceptable if it is of an appropriate scale and does not harm the residential amenity of the locality.

Thomas ruled that as the tennis court (which is partially constructed) would largely be viewed against the backdrop of ‘.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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