An Audlem householder has got the go-ahead to rebuild an extension to provide a utility room and kitchen.
The large plot at Meadowbank Cottage, Moblake, Audlem is in open countryside and the scheme needed to convince planners there would be no adverse impact on neighbouring properties and surroundings.
Cheshire East planning officers have now ruled the designs acceptable and that they comply with the relevant planning policies.
The officer's report said: "The main consideration in the determination of this application is the impact of the proposal on the character and appearance of the host dwelling and character and appearance of the street scene."
The proposed extension is a single storey lean-to L-shaped extension fabricated in render and slate.
The report adds: "The dwelling is located within a relatively isolated location. The closest neighbouring property is located approximately 45 metres from the application site, as such the proposal would not adversely affect the amenities of neighbouring residents."
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