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Victorian school can keep controversial new windows after planning row

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A school has been spared the prospect of having to rip out its replacement windows, even though they are against policy in a conservation area.

Old Catton Church of England Junior School had replaced the timber windows on its Victorian building, which dates back to 1874, with white uPVC windows, in February.

Broadland District Council had previously given verbal advice that planning permission was not needed and work could be done under permitted development.

But when the work was done, Broadland planning officers said permission should have been sought, as the replacements were uPVC and not........

© Norwich Evening News

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