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03/11/2016

Appeal: Tourist accommodation would not harm AONB

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An inspector has approved the conversion of an existing barn to provide tourist accommodation in Radnage, Buckinghamshire, after determining that the scheme would have a neutral effect on the openness of the green belt and the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

As the scheme would involve the demolition of two smaller buildings and the extension of an existing barn, inspector RJ Jackson found that the overall effect on the green belt’s openness would be neutral because the development would cover a smaller overall area than the existing three buildings.

Jackson said the extension to the building would not be disproportionate, but because i.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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