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Appeal: ‘Sweat equity’ makes rural worker’s home viable


An inspector has approved plans for a rural worker’s dwelling at an equestrian business in Shropshire, accepting the appellant’s argument that ‘sweat equity’ would lower the build cost of the house to a viable level.

LOCATIONCrackleybankAUTHORITYShropshire CouncilINSPECTORElaine GrayPROCEDUREHearingDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/L3245/W/18/3197995The appeal concerned Redhill Stud Farm, an equestrian business in the Shropshire countryside. Permission for the breeding and keeping of horses on the site was granted in 2008. Three years later, temporary permission was granted for a mobile home and office unit,........
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