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13/04/2017

Appeals round-up: Digital display board would harm visual amenity at Cambridge United FC; More accommodation for seasonal fruit pickers ‘not justified’

Planning appeals

A round-up of appeal decisions: 8 April-13 April, 2017

Digital display board would harm visual amenity at Cambridge United FC

Plans to replace existing advertising with a digital display at Abbey Stadium in Cambridge have been blocked, after an inspector ruled the display would increase harm to the visual amenity of the area, despite being smaller than the existing adverts.

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More accommodation for seasonal fruit pickers ‘not justified’

A proposal to construct an additional 23 mobile homes for agricultural workers at a soft fruit farm in Gloucestershire has been turned down after an inspector found no evidence of an essential need for further accommodation.

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Cambridgeshire houses allowed contrary to core strategy

Plans for three detached houses on the edge of Wothorpe, Cambridgeshire have been approved despite conflict with Peterborough City Council's core strategy, after an inspector ruled they would not harm the character of the area.

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Conversion of terraced house would cause 'unacceptable' loss of accommodation

A Northampton businessman's proposal to convert a terraced house into a showroom and offices has been blocked, after an inspector ruled the plans contrary to the local development plan's housing policy.

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Using former poultry shed for storage would harm green belt

Plans to use a former poultry shed for storage in support of a rural business in Worcestershire have been rejected after an inspector decided that the scheme's benefits would not outweigh harm caused to the green belt.

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