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POLICY CN9 - Extensions and Alterations to Dwellings and the Erection of Outbuildings within the Domestic Curtilage

Proposals for the extension or alteration of an existing dwelling and the erection of outbuildings within the domestic curtilage will be permitted where:

  1. the proposal is subordinate in height and size to the original dwelling and does not substantially alter the character of the original dwelling; and
  2. the design of the extension or outbuilding is in keeping with the scale, mass, height, width, materials, position and architectural character of the dwelling to be extended and its wider setting and can be adequately accommodated within the curtilage without resulting in harm to the character and appearance of the area by reason of over development; and
  3. the proposal does not result in an unacceptable loss of private amenity space or impact unacceptably on the amenity of neighbouring properties; and
  4. the proposal would not, by virtue of its scale, layout and internal arrangements result in abuilding capable of independent habitation.

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