House plan out of character
PLANS to erect a detached house have been described as an over-imposing development . The comment came from Cllr Robert Smith during Royston Town Council s planning committee discussions on the scheme. The plan submitted was to build a detached house on
PLANS to erect a detached house have been described as "an over-imposing development".
The comment came from Cllr Robert Smith during Royston Town Council's planning committee discussions on the scheme.
The plan submitted was to build a detached house on land at 62 Green Drift, Royston.
Cllr Smith said the scheme did not recognise the "character of the area".
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And Cllr Marguerite Phillips said: "It seems that the whole of Green Drift is under attack."
The committee said it could not support the plan because it was out of character with the area.
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