Downside up

In an appeal case which is likely to turn the planning world on its head (DCS Number 400-015-553) an inspector awarded costs against a council in Cheshire, determining that it had not substantiated why the “so called upward overlooking” from the porch/shelter at a proposed dwelling would actually result in occupiers being able to look directly into the first floor rooms of the neighbouring house.

The following DCP section is relevant: 4.136

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