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19/11/2019

Appeal: Anglesey agricultural conversion rejected for harm to countryside

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Planning permission to convert three redundant agricultural buildings at a farm within the Anglesey Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) has been rejected because most of the scheme would be for residential use and fail to protect the countryside.

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