Legal Viewpoint: How ruling sheds light on isolated homes and heritage protection policies

The Court of Appeal recently handed down an important judgment considering the application of policies in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) to “isolated homes” in the countryside and on the weighting attributable to heritage assets.

by Ian Graves
Ian Graves (image supplied)
Ian Graves (image supplied)

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