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27/02/2017

Appeals round-up: Exception made for boat museum's BREEAM rating; Fly fishing would harm AONB landscape

Planning appeals

A round-up of appeal decision: 20th February-27th February, 2017

Housing and retail development approved on former bowling club site

Plans for 15 three and four-bed villas and a small retail development on the site of a former bowling club in Scotland have been approved. 

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Exception made for boat museum’s BREEAM rating

A proposed boat museum in Beale Park near Reading, granted outline planning permission in 2014, has been allowed to downgrade its BREEAM rating target.

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Wiltshire housing development ‘would harm priority species and habitats’

A proposal for 36 homes in Calne, Wiltshire, has been dismissed after Inspector Paul Singleton ruled it damaging to important wildlife and habitats.

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‘Positive design’ earns appeal success for 32-home South Downs plan

Plans for 32 homes bordering the South Downs have been approved despite concerns that the development would harm the area’s natural beauty, after the inspector praised their art deco-influenced design.

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Fly fishing facility would harm AONB landscape

Proposals to build a fly fishing training facility, underground rifle range and associated facility building have been blocked because of their impact on the North Wessex Downs AONB.

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LCD advertising displays ruled too visually disruptive

Proposals for two digital advertising displays in London and one in Peterborough have been dismissed this week, as they were ruled too visually disruptive to both to highway safety and amenity.

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