Solar panels secured in conservation area

May 2008
Planning (14672073);5/16/2008, Issue 1769, p23
The article reports on the permission of the retention of two solar panels and Velux roof lights on the rear elevation of a house in a conservation area in Nottinghamshire, England. The retention of the solar panels has been allowed after examining its effect on the conservation area's character. The system will be switched off for seven months a year.


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