CASEBOOK: Appeal cases - Advertisements - Light beam ruled inappropriate in night sky

A car dealership in Gloucestershire has failed to obtain retrospective consent for the display of a light beam advertisement. The advertisement appeals inspector concluded that the beam's presence harmed the character of adjoining countryside and represented an inappropriate addition to the night sky. DCS No: 43734985; Inspector: Peter Hellawell; Written representations.

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