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B.1 Development is not permitted by Class B if—(a) the land in question is a building or is within the curtilage of a building,(b) the use of the land is for a caravan site,(c) the land is, or is within, a site of special scientific interest and the use of the land is for— (i) a purpose referred to in paragraph B.2(b) or other motor sports; (ii) clay pigeon shooting; or (iii) any war game,or(d) the use of the land is for the display of an advertisement.
Posted By: wgarrettI just wonder how strong the 'green' card is, apparently there aren't any other turbines in this area.
Posted By: Dominic Cooney The Green card carries very little weight at all, in spite of sustainable development being central to planning education and in every issue of planning mag (including wind turbines)When it comes to the 'coal face' it's still visual impact first - especially in the curtilage of a listed building (affecting the setting of...)
Home energy generationAs part of this review the Government has recently extended and clarified the scope of permitted development for installing microgeneration equipment in domestic properties.Wind turbines and air source heat pumps are not yet permitted development. However, once standards have been established to address the potential impacts of noise and vibration these technologies will also enjoy permitted development rights.
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