Laverstock planning appeal refused

A PROPOSAL to build a house in Laverstock on land currently occupied by a redundant storage building and chicken sheds has been rejected by a planning inspector.

Nicholas Croome put in an application to build a five-bedroom house in Duck Lane.

Wiltshire Council refused planning permission because the site is in open countryside and the application would not provide affordable housing or homes for agricultural workers.

Mr Croome appealed against the decision but planning inspector Jane Stiles upheld the council’s decision.


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