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Laveton Triangle and Fortescue Street, Norton St Philip

Planning permission - New building - Conservation area - Extent and nature of setting - Assessing the contribution of setting to significance - Less than substantial harm through development affecting the setting - Substantial harm through development affecting the setting - Listed building - Grade I - Grade II*- Place of worship - S16 or s66 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 - Avoiding or minimising conflict with conservation - Historic environment and sustainable development - Housing weighed against heritage conservation - Economic benefits weighed against heritage conservation - Natural environment conservation - Substantial public benefits that outweigh substantial

  • Type of Decision: Appeal Decision
  • Year: 2015
    Date: 28 April 2015
  • Planning Inspector: Mrs J A Vyse
    Planning Case reference: APP/Q3305/A/14/2221776 & 2224073
  • Local Authority Reference: 2013/2052 & 2033
    Local Authority Area: Mendip District Council
  • Address of the property: East Site, Laverton Triangle, Norton St Philip, BA2 7PE; and West land adjacent to Fortescue Street, Norton Philip, BA2 7PE  
  • Appellant: Lochailort Investments Ltd

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