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17/07/2019

Appeal: Timber grieving canopy not inappropriate in green belt

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Plans for a 'timber octagonal canopy' to create a 'covered grieving area' at an existing crematorium in Hertfordshire can go ahead, after an inspector ruled that green belt openness need not be 'entirely unchanged' for development to be allowed.

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