Farmhouse's listed status should be reviewed after harmful extensions allowed

The replacement of timber windows and doors with uPVC at a listed 18th century farmhouse grouping in North Yorkshire has been allowed on one elevation but refused on another, the inspector determining that their impact on the significance of the historical asset was reduced by the other harmful alterations that had been allowed to the buildings since its listing.

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