Casebook: Appeal cases - Householder development. Car parking space rejected in conservation area

The provision of a car parking space at a 19th century house in a west London conservation area has been refused on the grounds that it would detract from the character and appearance of the locality. The inspector decided that it would create an unsightly gap in a front boundary wall, resulting in a loss of symmetry and reducing the attractiveness of the front facade.

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