Carefully designed farmstead style complex would still appear "inauthentic"

A farmstead-style complex of five dwellings, to replace an agricultural barn, were refused on farmland at the edge of a village in Oxfordshire for their harm to the appearance and character of the area, the natural beauty of the landscape of the designated area of outstanding natural beauty as well as harm to the setting of the surrounding conservation area and adjacent listed buildings.

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