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Scaitcliffe Hall, Scaitcliffe, Todmorden

Planning permission - Listed building consent - Demolition - New building - Extension - House - Grade II - Interests or values that constitute heritage significance - Grade II - Design integrating with historic environment - Design responding to local character - Design responding to local history - Design using local materials - Housing weighed against heritage conservation - s66 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 - Substantial harm through physical impact - Substantial harm through development affecting the setting - Weight to be given to asset’s conservation - Need for clear and convincing justification for harm or loss - Substantial harm or loss should be exceptional - Historic environment and sustainable development - Substantial public benefits that outweigh substantial harm 

  • Type of Decision: Planning permission; Listed building consent
    Year: 2017
    Date: 06 January 2017
  • Planning Inspector: G D Grindey
    Appeal Reference: APP/A4710/W/16/3150217; APP/A4710/W/16/3150196; APP/A4710/Y/16/3150198
  • Local Authority Reference: 14/01073/FUL; 14/01071/FUL; 14/01072/LBC
    Local Authority Area: Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Address of the property: Scaitcliffe Hall, Scaitcliffe, Todmorden, OL14 7DQ
  • Applicant/Appellant: MAC-RK Engineering

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