Public open space enjoyment limited by overlooking from apartments

An inspector has refused the redevelopment of existing workshops to create seven apartments in a mixed-use area of a city in South Yorkshire for harm to the living conditions of neighbouring occupiers, the appearance and character of the area and the limitations it would cause to the use of an adjoining public open space.


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