CASEBOOK: Appeal cases - Listed Buildings - Removal of well head ruled out at manor house

Listed building consent has been refused for the removal of a Venetian well head imported from Italy in the early 20th century and placed within the grounds of a grade II* listed manor house in Lincolnshire, with the deputy prime minister finding that it was a fixture that played an important role in the setting.

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