'Out of character' house development appeal dismissed in Radlett

Planning officers have rejected an appeal to bulldoze a house and replaced it with a larger home.

Hertsmere Borough Council dismissed the application to build a five-bedroom home with basement car parking at Newberries Avenue because it would be “out of character with surroundings”.

The appeal was lodged by developer Michael Smyth.

Earlier this year, council officers approved a decision to build a five bedroom home in the same road - despite objections relating to the bulk of the properties.

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10:23am Thu 3 Apr 14

TFEB says...

I was looking at lists of applications on the Hertsmere planning site and saw in Christchurch Road in Radlett a developers retrospective planning application for a house demolition and replacement with a bigger house due to the old house being blown down in the recent storms. How do they get away with it?
I was looking at lists of applications on the Hertsmere planning site and saw in Christchurch Road in Radlett a developers retrospective planning application for a house demolition and replacement with a bigger house due to the old house being blown down in the recent storms. How do they get away with it? TFEB
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4:33pm Fri 4 Apr 14

cpmorrison82 says...

Good news! Keep those rejections coming!!
Good news! Keep those rejections coming!! cpmorrison82
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