Relic Homes lodged appeal over five-bedroom home plans in Newberries Avenue, Radlett

An appeal has been launched by Relic Homes against Hertsmere Borough Council’s decision to reject the demolition of an existing chalet bungalow to build a five-bedroom home with underground parking at 21 Newberries Avenue in Radlett.

The application was turned down because its proposed size was deemed too big and would not be in keeping with the character of the surrounding area.

The appeal will be determined by the written recommendations procedure.

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8:17pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Reader (R) says...

It really makes me laugh, Radlett is the only place I know where you can demolish a garden shed and replace it with a 10 bedroom mansion!

The council deny permission??? HBC planners please take a look around Radlett. If you can't spare the time I'll happily take photo's for you.
It really makes me laugh, Radlett is the only place I know where you can demolish a garden shed and replace it with a 10 bedroom mansion! The council deny permission??? HBC planners please take a look around Radlett. If you can't spare the time I'll happily take photo's for you. Reader (R)

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