BNOGBritish Neuro-Oncology Group (UK)
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Following the decision, BNOG said: "This was, we regret, all too little and too late.
BNOG spokesman, Robert Manson, said: "This decision means that the community and many visitors to this area will continue experience the effects of this eyesore due to the dreadful mistake made by the National Park planners when they granted the original permission back in 2006.
A spokesman for BNOG said the property, as well as failing to meet planning guidelines "stuck out like a sore thumb".