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24/01/2020

Enforcement: Outbuilding larger than main house ‘not genuinely required’

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An inspector has upheld enforcement action against an outbuilding built by a homeowner for his disabled son that had a larger footprint than the adjacent main house, ruling that the scale of the building was not justified.

LOCATIONBicknacreAUTHORITYChelmsford City CouncilINSPECTORSandra PrailPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONNotice upheldREFERENCEAPP/W1525/C/19/3227243The appeal concerned a small home set in a large rural plot in the Essex countryside near the village of Bicknacre.The home had various outbuildings to its rear, including greenhouses, garages and sheds, with agricultural land beyond. In May 2018,........
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