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27/03/2019

Appeal: Unacceptable traffic levels from home-based hair salon

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An average of 8.3 daily ‘vehicle movements’ caused by a home-based hairdressing business would be ‘readily discernible’ to neighbours, an inspector has ruled, refusing permission despite the appellant’s personal circumstances.

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