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Appeal over Hertsmere Borough Council’s refusal of extension plans at Radlett house in Hawthorne Road
An appeal has been launched against Hertsmere Borough Council’s decision to refuse planning permission for a rear extension at a Radlett house.
The applicant, Amir Sharon, has submitted the appeal to the Planning Inspectorate.
The appeal has been launched against the council’s rejection of the application to build a second floor rear extension with alterations to roof and replacement windows at the Hawthorne Road home.
The application was thrown out by the council because "the original dwelling has already been substantially extended".
Planning committee members said the additional bulk caused by the extension "would result in a highly visible and incongruous addition that would be out of keeping with the original dimensions of the dwelling and the existing dwellings in the area, to the detriment of the visual amenity of the area".
The appeal will be dealt with within eight weeks and determined on the basis of written representations.
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