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Issued: February 14, 2019

Council opposes "dreadful" home plans
Plans for a detached four-bedroom house to the rear of 11 Kendal Avenue, Epping, are being opposed by the town council.

The application also proposes a raised driveway and detached garage.

Councillor Tony Church told Tuesday's planning and general purposes committee: "This is the Mayfair of Epping. We need to keep larger houses in Epping. This is garden grabbing.

"I think it's an absolutely dreadful idea for Kendal Avenue. It's a huge building."

He added: "It will be detrimental to the street scene by losing trees as we have always said it's a leafy street."

The committee opposed the application saying it would be over-development and detrimental to the Green Belt. Councillors are also concerned about traffic issues and the loss of trees.

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