Allotment and potting shed incongruous in countryside

The creation of an allotment area and erection of a potting shed on agricultural land on the edge of a village in North Yorkshire was refused for harm to local landscape character, as well as harm to the appearance and character of the surrounding conservation area and setting of another conservation area along an adjoining railway.

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