CASEBOOK: Appeal cases - Commercial and industrial - Public art not required at factory redevelopment

An inspector has concluded that the erection of a piece of public art within the grounds of a factory in Birmingham was unnecessary, there being no requirement in the council's adopted unitary development plan for developers to make such provision. She observed that the site had been developed in a satisfactory way and that the factory building had an attractive appearance in a landscaped setting.

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