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Dame Rosemary had defended the decision to refuse permission, saying: "In this case, as well as recognising the potential advantages, I also considered the probable scale of what was being proposed and the likely impact on the Siambr given the number of people and amount of equipment involved in a production of this type, and the adjustments to the Siambr which would have been involved.
However, back in the days before the recession, lenders were generally pretty relaxed about such things and were highly unlikely to refuse permission, unless you were in arrears.
In a statement, the church said: "The Church Council for All Saints, Childwall, has unanimously agreed to appeal the planning decision of September 6to refuse permission for their proposed extension.
The council's Heavy Woollen Planning Sub-committee yesterday backed residents by voting unanimously to refuse permission.
A spokeswoman for Solihull Council said: "Due to an administrative error the decision notice to refuse permission was received by them after the statutory 56 day period.
A DECISION to refuse permission for a block of houses has been upheld by planning inspectors.
This followed an appeal by the developers Kube 2 Ltd over Stockton Council's decision to refuse permission for the development.
The decision to refuse permission for two bowel cancer drugs to be used on the NHS is outrageous.
David Billings won a vital round in his bid to build a house in Kissingtree Lane, Alveston, after a judge overturned a planning inspector's decision to refuse permission.
THE organs of dead children could be retained for research even if their grieving parents want to refuse permission, under new proposals.
A HIGH-FLYING businessman who was brought down to earth by a council's decision to refuse permission to build a helicopter landing pad is appealing to An Bord Pleanala.
The contract has still to be approved by the Japan Bank for International Co-operation, which is a major source of funding for the project, although it is not expected to refuse permission.