Thursday, 22 June 2017

Vindication!

We have Judgment on the Kedleston setting case.  A good, clear decision about the relevance of visual considerations when assessing setting.  Visual or physical connections between a heritage asset and its setting are not essential and not determinative and Inspectors are required to provide a clear rationale and reasons if they depart from the views of statutory consultees and expert witnesses.

See this link:

https://cornerstonebarristers.com/news/planning-court-endorses-broad-approach-setting/

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