Appeal launched against 'overbearing' home extension plan on Rickmansworth house

Watford Observer: Appeal launched against 'overbearing' home extension plan Appeal launched against 'overbearing' home extension plan

An appeal has been launched against Three Rivers’ decision to refuse planning permission for an extension on a Rickmansworth house.

The protest against the district council’s decision to reject an application to build a two storey side and a single storey front extension at the Plaitford Close property has been lodged with the planning inspectorate.

The application was rejected by the council for the reason that: "The proposed two storey side extension, by reason of its height, depth, width and proximity to the boundary, would be a prominent, overbearing and visually obtrusive development that would be detrimental to the character and appearance of the adjacent public footpath."

The appeal, submitted by Mr E Halpin, will be determined on the basis of written representations.


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