A planning appeal has been lodged against an East Riding of Yorkshire Council decision to refuse planning permission for the erection of an extension to an existing stable block for use as a tractor and implement store on land west of Church Farm, Pump Lane, Garton on the Wolds.
The appeal has been lodged by Ms A Botten and will be decided on the basis of an exchange of written statements and a site visit by a planning inspector appointed by a government secretary of state.
The ERYC had refused the planning application because it was against established policy.
The council said: “The national planning policy framework makes it clear when considering the impact of a proposed development on the significance of a designed heritage asset that great weight should be given to the asset’s conservation.
“The more important the asset, the greater the weight should be and significance can be harmed through development within its setting.
“The proposed tractor and implement store would introduce additional built form that, together with existing buildings and the recently approved dwelling, would cumulatively impact on the significance and setting of a Grade 1 Listed Church - St Michael and all Angels.”