Home extension for renal failure patient refused

A home extension to allow a young woman who has suffered renal failure and her family to live more comfortably was refused by planning councillors concerned it would set a building precedent for the area.
Planning officers had recommended Calderdale Council’s Planning Committee refuse Mr Muhammad Attiq’s application to build a two-storey extension at his home in Franklin Street, Halifax, on the grounds it would have an overbearing effect on the private amenity of neighbours due to its size and would be incongruous with the rest of the street.
Councillors expressed sympathy for Mr Attiq’s... read more

 
27 September 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 37
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