Hello – have purchased a house withe a large side and rear garden.
On contacting the council they have advised that the said garden is in the green belt and that my house is deemed to be outside of the cutilage of the local village.
Their is only 4 semis on the 2 adjoining roads where the green belt demarcation has been drawn at the front garden of our propertys – all of the other propertys have the green belt demarcation drawn at the rear garden area’s of the property’s.
My whole property is surrounded by trees – it has allotments to the side and the national forest to the rear.None of my garden is visible to the general public and as so does not have any natural vista or open space so to speak off.
Building a house would not detract from any view – none of the 3 other semi’s have access or any available land to be build. Building in my garden plot would not cause a rush of applications from these 3 semi’s. My next door neighbour has built a 30 X 20 garage workshop at the bottom of his garden , has this set a precedent. I am looking to appeal and hoping to have my plot included in the next local area plan – any advice as part of my appeal would be greatly appreciated.
postcode de11 0tp lyndhurst should you wish to view the area. many thanks.