Enforcement notice against opening windows upheld

An enforcement notice against the use of opening obscure glazed windows on the rear of a property in a residential area of north-west London, in breach of a condition, was upheld and planning permission for their retention refused, the inspector finding the original condition to install and retain non-openable windows was necessary to protect the living conditions of the occupiers of properties to the rear of the site.

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