Low carbon glazing and light harm countryside

An inspector concluded that the conversion of a Nissen hut in Essex to a low carbon eco-dwelling would have an adverse impact on the countryside due to its urbanising effects and the amount of glazing which would be particularly intrusive at night when the property was lit.

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