Casebook: Appeal cases - Advertisements - Cumulative impact of pub signs deemed acceptable

The display of a range of signs on a public house in a Devon conservation area and area of special control for advertising has been granted consent after an advertisement appeals inspector rejected the local authority's concerns that it would result in an excess of advertising.

The premises fell within the boundary of the Dartmoor national park but lay within predominantly residential surroundings on the fringe of a town centre, the inspector noted. Although the signs differed slightly in size and format, he decided that they maintained a broadly consistent design theme and would enliven the appearance of the pub.

DCS No: 31843061; Inspector: Malcolm Rowe; Written representations.


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