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04/12/2020

Appeals round-up: Construction hours extended at Suffolk homes site; Inspector backs extension to grade II listed building in Malton

Words: Matt Moody
Planning appeals

A round-up of planning appeals: 28 November-4 December, 2020

Construction hours extended at Suffolk homes site

An appeal has been allowed to modify the times for internal construction works on 40 homes in a Suffolk village after an inspector decided it would not harm the living conditions of neighbours.

The Planner

Inspector backs extension to grade II listed building in Malton

Planning permission and listed building consent have been granted to a single-storey lean-to extension on a grade II listed building in a North Yorkshire town after an inspector found it would not harm its appearance.

The Planner

Kent homes allowed on highway safety and access grounds

Outline planning permission has been granted for up to 24 homes in a Kent village after an inspector decided there would be no unacceptable impact on highway safety and residents could access local services without using a car.

The Planner

Rural office building allowed beyond settlement boundaries

A single-storey office building for a local construction firm has been allowed because of its rural economic and social benefits, despite being beyond settlement boundaries.

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Council failed to inform all parties of enforcement action

An inspector has quashed Barnet Borough Council's enforcement action against the subdivision of a terraced property in Hendon, because it had relied on 'the likelihood of one party informing another' about the action.

The Planner

Snooker hall conversion scheme a 'missed opportunity'

Plans to convert a former snooker hall in Manchester into a wedding venue would be a 'missed opportunity' to improve an area 'dominated by open expanses of hardstanding', an inspector has ruled.

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Green wedge scheme not exceptional enough, despite housing shortfall

A 131-home proposal for a ‘green wedge’ in Caerphilly has failed to meet the ‘very exceptional circumstances’ required of such a development even though the area has a serious shortfall in the delivery of housing.

The Planner

Demolition ordered for breaches beyond ‘normal construction tolerances’

A developer has been told to demolish two houses built on a sensitive plot in a historic Suffolk village because of small but substantial deviations from plans approved in 2015.

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