Living wall acoustic barriers would appear incongruous

43 static holiday units have been refused at an airfield in north Yorkshire for harm to the appearance and character of the area from the 9.5-metre-high acoustic barriers needed to prevent noise disturbance to future occupiers of the units from an adjoining potato shed.


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