CASEBOOK: Appeal cases - Housing: New build - Redevelopment judged threat to ancient monument

A proposal to redevelop a building within a young offenders' institute on the edge of a Kent town for five dwellings has been rejected because it would undermine rural restraint policies, would be detrimental to the character and appearance of a conservation area and the setting of an ancient monument and would risk damaging archaeological remains.

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