Planning permission has been granted at appeal for a high-level rear extension to an apartment, close to Hampstead town centre, North London. There had been two pre-application submissions to the Council both of which were negative. The formal planning application was then refused, with objections from the local Conservation Area Committee. However, along with the client and the architect, we thought there was a good case to be made at appeal. We submitted the appeal with strong evidence and it was allowed.
Client: private householder
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