Planning permission was refused for a side extension to a detached house in the Green Belt, near Windsor. The application had been prepared with detailed analysis of Green Belt policy and case law, and so the refusal of permission was felt to be unreasonable. We made an appeal, and the Inspector agreed with our interpretation of these matters. Permission was granted, and full costs awarded against the Council.
The case raised some important points of planning law and was reported in the planning press.
Client: private householder
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