Owen Devenport were recommended by the client’s previous agent to take on the case for a potential Appeal. The client had submitted an application for the erection of a new dwelling on land at Four Mile Bridge. It was refused on the grounds that this new addition would constitute an "undesirable intrusion into the landscape." - even though it was within the village development boundary!? We thought this a strange view to take and following similar cases we had undertook before, we gladly took on the appeal and submitted strong evidence which tackled the Local Planning Authority’s grounds. Following our handling of the case the client happily received the approval he had originally sought. He has now been granted permission for the development of a single plot, which, in reality, should not have been refused in the first place.