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Appeal: Waringstown infill development meets requirements

Unauthorised dwelling

A single home has been approved for the village of Waringstown, Northern Ireland, after an inspector ruled that the scheme suitably qualified as an infill dwelling.

Commissioner D McShane decided that as the appeal site is related to five buildings that present a continuously built-up frontage it meets with the first required element to be classed as an infill site.

While the gap between two buildings that comprises the appeal site was judged to be sufficient to accommodate two homes, McShane said that to respect the existing development pattern only.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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