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Appeal: Animal kennels will not affect local residents or businesses


Permission has been approved for the change of use of domestic buildings and agricultural land to provide dog and cat kennels in Binegar, Wells, after an inspector judged that the noise impact of the scheme would not be detrimental to nearby businesses and residences.

Inspector Richard Jones noted that the appeal site lies close to a number of business units accommodating a range of activities, including a restaurant and an auction room. A letter of objection received asserted that all of the businesses at the adjacent Rookery Farm site have expressed concern regarding noise and disturbance.

Jones was satisfied that the scale of the proposal (boarding .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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