Petrol filling station consistent with road corridor and surroundings

A company promoting the use of land on the edge of a town in Essex secured permission to erect a petrol filling station, an inspector agreeing that its proximity to a main road and built development meant that it would not undermine the character of the area.

200-004-273 (Image Credit: Rapleys)
200-004-273 (Image Credit: Rapleys)

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