Following a of legal challengesa planning inspector has refused a retrospective planning bid. Find homes from £ on a map of Barton-le-Clay, Bedford. Mr Shah, who is expected to appeal against the decision to the High Court, has not commented.
A planning inspector quashed the notice due to "insufficient clarity". View our wide selection of houses and flats for sale in Barton-Le-Clay. Search through 43 properties for sale in Barton-le-Clay, Bedford.
Barton-Le-Clay house planning row appeal Published duration 7 June image captionSyed Raza Shah said the house was an "eyesore" when he bought it in top and believed his building work improved the property A council is appealing to the High Court after it was blocked from ordering the demolition of an "inappropriate extension" to a house. A planning inspector agreed this was the case due to the existence of the original building's internal and external walls and so the order was invalid.
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Related Topics. Barton-Le-Clay house owner faces 'demolition' ruling Prroperty duration 4 August image captionSyed Raza On said the house was an "eyesore" when he bought it in top and believed his building work improved the property A home owner involved in a long-running saga over an extension may have to demolish part of his house after an inspector ruled against him. Over homes found including flats, houses and properties.
It said Mr Shah's alterations amounted to a "new dwelling" and was an "inappropriate development" in what is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Councillor Nigel Young, executive member for regeneration on the council, said: "Mr Shah must return the dwelling to a state which does not do overwhelming harm to the green belt. The council argued Mr Shah's alterations amounted to a "new dwelling" and was "inappropriate development" in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Mr Shah said he had made "some minor adjustments" but had "kept within the parameters".
The council said: "We have submitted papers and we are appealing against the decision. In Mayan inspector granted retrospective planning permission for the home, named Random House, but the council challenged the decision. Related Topics. Three bedroom end of terrace.
Find properties to buy in Barton-Le-Clay with the UK's largest data-driven property portal. At an appeal against the demolition, he argued the alleged breach of the order - that he had built a new house - had not happened because he had simply extended the existing building.