Casebook: Appeal cases - Householder Development - Arbour judged out of keeping with marina setting

The retention of an arbour at a house in Oxfordshire has been rejected after an inspector held that it would be prominent, visually intrusive and out of character with a marina and its surroundings, although he agreed that it would not harm neighbours' privacy and amenity.

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