Aylsham Co-Op plans rejected

Just Regional
Jul 2, 2015 1 min read

Plans for a Co-Op in the former police station in Aylsham have been refused by planners.

Members of the planning committee last night (Weds) refused proposals for the building on Gas House Hill due to its design and form . They decided that the design for the building was not of the high standards required within Aylsham’s Conservation Area.

Council officers had recommended the plans for approval, stating that the design would make a positive contribution to the character and appearance of the Conservation Area.

The highways matter was also discussed at the committee but the Highway Authority stated that they could not substantiate a refusal on these grounds.

The applicant now has the option to appeal the decision or to work on their plans to overcome the reasons for refusal.

You can view the plans online by visiting this page http://www.broadland.gov.uk/Northgate/PlanningExplorer/ApplicationSearch.aspx and searching for application number 20150214.


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