Off-street parking harms streetscape and local character

Planning permission for installing a dropped kerb and construction an off-road parking space within the grounds of an Edwardian building in Kent was dismissed, an inspector ruling that it would undermine the character of the area.

400-028-527 (Image Credit: Tunbridge Wells BC)
400-028-527 (Image Credit: Tunbridge Wells BC)

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