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Appeal: 151 dwellings could harm viability of pig farm


Permission has been refused for a hybrid appeal totalling 151 dwellings in Laceby, Lincolnshire, after an inspector found that the development’s position close to a working pig farm would both harm the living conditions of future residents and put the viability of the farm at risk.

Inspector Beverley Doward noted that almost all of the proposed dwellings would lie within 400 metres of the Hazeldene agricultural unit, which is used for keeping pigs, and is thus contradicts policy GEN7 of the North East Lincolnshire Local Plan (NELLP) relating to development neighbouring Intensive Livestock Units (ILUs).

The appellant contended that because of the scale of the Hazelde.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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