in this video we take a look at a Removal of Condition Planning Application Appeal for a dwelling in the open countryside, with a local neighbourhood plan present and that is a European protected zone located in East Suffolk Council’s area.
This appeal is for a Removal of Condition Planning Application against East Suffolk Council. The application was for a Removal of Condition Planning Application Appeal for a dwelling in the open countryside, with a local neighbourhood plan present and that it is a European protected zone and was refused by East Suffolk Council for the following reasons;
Outside of the defined settlement boundary contained in a local Neighbourhood Plan.
The proposal would create an unrestricted residential unit of accommodation in the countryside.
Not a sustainable location
Within a European protected area
The Policies used to refuse were Local policies SP19, DM3, MEL1, DM27. National policies Section 15 of the NPPF.
The appeal document for this case was a 21 pages document providing a robust and comprehensive argument detailing policies in favour and why the refusal was not justified.
This appeal followed our usual format providing an introduction to what the appeal is about, then the refusal reasons and our commentary on why they are wrong.
Next we detailed the planning officers report and provided commentary as to why and how East Suffolk Council came to their decision and why it was wrong, we looked at Issues for the appeal, used the National Planning Policy Framework to support the appeal and showed how it relates to the appeal and where essentially East Suffolk Council’s overlooked the favourable policies.
You can find further details about this case in the video above.
Removal of a Condition Planning Appeal to Create a New Dwelling in East Suffolk Council Area Case Study