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Appeal: Dog grooming parlour would cause no more noise and odour than family pets

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An inspector has granted retrospective permission for a dog grooming parlour in South Shields because the limited scale of the business meant it was no more likely to disrupt neighbours' living conditions than dogs kept as pets.

The business is housed in various sheds in the garden of a terraced house in South Shields, Tyne and Wear. Its main element is dog grooming, with five appointments available each day during normal business hours.

The application was originally blocked by South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council on the grounds that neighbours' living conditions would be threatened by noise disruptio.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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