DC Casebook: Appeal cases - Next Week

- Council overruled on bland design concern

An inspector has allowed seven industrial units in Lancashire despite concerns about their design, remarking that it was not unreasonable for them to be designed for utility and adaptability.

DCS Number 100-051-332

- Pine mast held incongruous among oaks

A telecommunications mast disguised as a Scots pine tree has been rejected in Kent because it would be an oddity inviting scrutiny, making its artificial nature obvious.

DCS Number 100-051-322

- Steel structure agreed in village setting

An inspector has allowed a steel grain store next to listed buildings and a conservation area in a Suffolk village, commenting that it would be viewed as an integral part of the farm.

DCS Number 100-051-337

- Microlight flying privacy fears upheld

An enforcement notice directed against microlight activities in Somerset has been upheld after an inspector found that flying over nearby houses could not be controlled by condition.

DCS Number 100-051-339.


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