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Planning Casebook Appeal Summaries

Redetermined appeal supports retention of local green space

Two proposals for 31 and 33 new dwellings respectively on local green space in a Cambridgeshire village were refused, in a redetermined appeal after a High Court quashing of the previous one at the site (DCS Number 200-009-539), for harm to the local green space, and other harms, with no special circumstances in justification in conflict with a made neighbourhood plan.

Park homes accepted on allocated housing land

Park homes accepted on allocated housing land

A residential park home site has been approved on allocated housing land on the edge of a village in the East Riding of Yorkshire with no material harm to the appearance and character of the area.

Loss of traditional barn unacceptable in national park

The replacement of a traditional stone barn with a modern agricultural building was refused in open countryside in Derbyshire for harm to the character and appearance of the area, a non-designated heritage asset, historic landscape and the Peak District National Park.

Legal Viewpoint

Legal Viewpoint: How ruling sheds light on isolated homes and heritage protection policies

The Court of Appeal recently handed down an important judgment considering the application of policies in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) to “isolated homes” in the countryside and on the weighting attributable to heritage assets.

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