Defined local area occupancy condition held too onerous in national park

Permission for the use of a former workshop as two dwellings without complying with a restricted occupancy condition for use by persons with a local connection living in an area defined by the condition was allowed on the edge of the national park in Cumbria. No harm was found to the national park residents or the local authority's housing strategy.

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