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Appeal: Cheetah enclosure rejected in Cumbria


An inspector has rejected an appeal for a cheetah enclosure at an existing wildlife park in Ayside, Cumbria, after the owners were found to be in breach of planning control by erecting it.

Inspector Gloria McFarlane cited the main issues of the Lake District National Park Authority to be the effect of the development on the character and appearance of the area.

McFarlane noted that development in this area must be guided by the Lake District Landscape Character Assessment and that the “highest level of protection will be given to the landscape”.

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