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Planning Casebook Appeal Summaries

Flats fail to meet size standards

A scheme to create five flats in a new floor on top of a London borough warehouse failed to impress an inspector who judged the design and living conditions as poor.

Green belt home dismissed as unexceptional

A new house claimed to be of exceptional design and construction proposed in the West Midlands green belt was refused permission by an inspector.

Inspector backs precautionary approach to safeguarding scarce resource

The retention of an unauthorised 24-metre-high lattice wireless broadband mast on a farm in Devon was denied by an inspector concerned by possible constraint on extraction of a rare metal.

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Legal Viewpoint: Decision highlights need for clear evidence on viability

Last month's High Court ruling on the Parkhurst Road development in north London has attracted wide attention.The headline planning point is that overpaying for a site, even to a government department, will not allow developers to reduce their affordable housing offer. The judgment, however, is worth reading for more than that.

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