Outbuilding use ancillary to main dwellinghouse

A LDC seeking confirmation that a garage and workshop in Kent could lawfully be used as a dwellinghouse was rejected because its occupation had remained ancillary to the appellant's main property within which the appeal site fell.

100-079-286 (Image Credit: LB of Bromley)
100-079-286 (Image Credit: LB of Bromley)

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