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11/07/2017

Appeal: Single-storey extension approved in Waltham Forest

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Planning permission has been granted for a single-storey rear extension at a property in Woodford Green after an inspector ruled the development would be appropriate to the area’s character and appearance.

Inspector DJ Board overturned the London Borough of Waltham Forest’s refusal after deciding that the single storey, although deeper than some other additions in the neighbourhood, was not fundamentally out of character.

The inspector reduced the weight given to supplementary planning guidance, which had referred to a “rule of thumb” 3-metre depth for homeowners, citing t.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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