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Appeal: Caravan park would not harm living conditions


A caravan park development for 21 touring caravans/recreational vehicles has been allowed in Clitheroe, Lancashire, despite the scheme receiving more than 160 objections.

Inspector Daniel Hartley accepted the appellant’s assertion that the appeal site, which comprises open and mainly hard surfaced land, has been used approximately a dozen times a year for caravan and camping club rallies – with sometimes up to 50 caravans on site. Ribble Valley Borough Council’s Environmental Health service was noted to have confirmed that there had been no complaints abou.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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