Casebook: Appeal cases - Community facilities. Healing centre held no threat to homes supply

The use of a large semi-detached grade II listed house in west London as a spiritual healing centre and meeting room has been held acceptable because it would not undermine the amenity of neighbours. The inspector decided that the proposal need not lead to the permanent loss of a family home, since the property could be converted back without the need for significant alterations.

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