Casebook: Appeal Case - Housing: new build - Green energy fails to justify green belt dwelling

Plans for a water-powered house in the Staffordshire green belt have been rejected following a ruling that no very special circumstances outweighed the harm created by the inappropriateness of the development or its detrimental effect on the openness of the green belt. The site lay in a secluded valley and took in part of an adjacent river.

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