Landmark building identified as non-designated heritage asset

In rejecting an outline proposal for nine houses on the edge of a Lancashire hill top village, an inspector accepted that a local landmark building as a non-designated heritage asset and found its setting would be harmed.

400-029-190 (Image Credit: Lancaster City Council)
400-029-190 (Image Credit: Lancaster City Council)

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