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13/02/2017

Appeals round-up: ‘Adult’ entertainment venue unlikely to deter town centre visitors; Nursery development will not harm living conditions

Planning appeals

A round-up of appeal decisions: 6 February-13 February, 2017

‘Adult’ entertainment venue unlikely to deter town centre visitors

A lap-dancing venue has been approved for the town centre of Southsea, Portsmouth, after concerns about its impact on the vitality of the area were refuted.

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Traveller site allowed for ‘valued’ landscape

A traveller site, including pitches for one mobile home, one caravan and a day room has been approved for a site adjacent to the A31 in Farnham, after an inspector ruled that the site’s designation as an ‘Area of Great Landscape Value’ did not hold up.

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Livestock shed refused after equine business use is not proved

A livestock shelter has been refused for a site in Crossgar, County Down, after an inspector ruled it to be unacceptable development in the countryside.

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Nursery development will not harm living conditions

The change of use of offices to a 69-place nursery has been approved for a property in Reigate, Surrey, after an inspector ruled that the scheme would not unacceptably harm the living conditions of neighbouring residents through noise impact.

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‘Abandoned’ home proposal would not impact Brecon Beacons scenery

An inspector has approved the reinstatement of a former home within the Brecon Beacons National Park after finding that the scheme was not reliant on proof that there was no need for affordable housing in the area.

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Local plan policies ‘overly restrictive’ on countryside protection

A development of 34 homes has been approved for a site outside the settlement boundary of Hilton in Derby, after an inspector disagreed over the validity of council policies relating to housing supply.

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Tennis court and garden would harm national park

An inspector has refused works relating to a tennis court and a vegetable garden owing to the harm they would inflict upon the ‘scenic beauty’ of the South Downs National Park.

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