In allowing an appeal against the refusal of permission for the change of use of a semi-detached dwelling on a housing estate in southeast London to a house in multiple occupation (DCS Number 400-017-753) an inspector noted that:
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Readers interested in the hot topic of whether the amalgamation of residential units to form a single dwelling is a material change of use might wish to note the outcome of an appeal against the refusal of a certificate of lawfulness in north London (DCS Number 400-017-738).
As planners we strive for clarity and precision when writing committee reports and site appraisals, so it’s useful to keep a mental folder of relevant vocabulary. You might like to file the following from a recent appeal decision (DCS Number 400-017-750).
A reporter has allowed a two-year extension of a temporary permission for three 198m high wind turbines on the west coast of Scotland (DCS Number 400-017-660), notwithstanding residents’ concerns about the effect on their health.