Flagpoles harm significance of listed building in world heritage site

Listed building consent for the installation of seven flagpoles at a category A listed hotel in Edinburgh has been refused, and enforcement for their removal upheld, for constituting a building operation materially affecting external appearance and resulting in harm to the architectural and historic interest of the listed building and the appearance and character of the conservation area and World Heritage Site in which it was located.

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