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06/05/2022

Appeals round-up: Cornwall student homes allowed despite World Heritage Site harm; Lack of nutrient mitigation sinks Hampshire bungalows

Words: Ben Gosling
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A round-up of planning appeals: 30 April-06 May, 2022

Harm to heritage scuppers Hull apartments

A development of 16 apartments in Hull has been dismissed at appeal, after an inspector ruled that it would affect a listed building and its conservation area setting.

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Highway safety and local plan conflicts combine to frustrate joinery workshop proposal

A proposal for an oak frame joinery workshop in Yorkshire has been refused after an inspector decided that the buildings conflicted with local development plan policies on development in the countryside.

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Enforcement action quashed for dog-grooming business

A dog-grooming business in Stourport-on-Severn can continue trading after an inspector dismissed concerns about the business’s impact on highway safety.

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Harm to heritage scuppers Hull apartments

A development of 16 apartments in Hull has been dismissed at appeal, after an inspector decided that it would affect a listed building and its conservation area setting.

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Rectory and parish centre dismissed in special area of conservation

Plans for a replacement rectory and a parish centre for St Leonard’s Church, Chesham Bois, have been refused after an inspector ruled that the proposal would harm the Chilterns Beechwoods Special Area of Conservation (SAC).

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Reporter rules that energy management plant would not harm Renfrewshire landscape

A reporter has allowed an appeal for a “greener grid park” in Paisley, after concluding that the development would not impact its green belt setting.

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Cornwall student homes allowed despite World Heritage Site harm

An inspector has allowed plans to demolish a historic dwelling and replace it with student accommodation, despite its association with the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site (WHS).

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Lack of nutrient mitigation sinks Hampshire bungalows

An inspector has refused permission for two bungalows in Blackfield, after the appellant failed to agree to conditions limiting the impact of the development on nearby nutrient-sensitive sites.

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