Casebook: Appeal case - Retail development - Permanent permission secured for seafront kiosk

Permission has been granted to retain a wet fish kiosk on a West Sussex town's seafront after an inspector decided that it did not harm the area's character and appearance.

The inspector held that the kiosk was not out of place given the promenade's bustling nature. He decided that it added to the area's vitality and interest.

He noted that local commercial fishermen supported its retention as a means of selling their produce to the public. Allowing it to stay would not set an undesirable precedent, he ruled.

DCS No: 100039451; Inspector: Bill Munday; Written representations.


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