We often get asked to submit appeals for small householder extensions.   We undertook an initial assessment of this front extension that had recently been completed despite it being refused planning permission.  We felt that it was subservient addition to the main house that had recently been extended and the use of perfectly matching brickwork made it acceptable.  Whilst there were no other similar extensions in the row of houses the Planning Inspector agreed with our findings and concluded:

"Due to the projecting ground floor front window, and the side extension which also projects forward of the original front elevation, the development appears physically contained, and relatively unobtrusive with a slight step forward. Visually the porch as constructed provides a proportionate and subordinate link between the original property and the extension."