Safety reasons for golf netting would not overcome green belt harm

Safety netting around the 14th green of a golf course in Hertfordshire was refused for its harm to the openness of the green belt and inappropriateness, the issue of stray balls affecting the safety of a nearby property being considered insufficient as a special consideration outweighing the harm.


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