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31/03/2017

Appeal: Equine use could unbolt stable door for harm to AONB

Horses

A proposal to convert agricultural land for equine use in the High Weald area has been rejected because it could open the way to harmful works being allowed.

The appeal site is a single plot within a large area of agricultural land in the High Weald AONB (straddling Kent, Sussex and Surrey) in south-east England that has been subdivided more than 100 times.The site was being used as a pasture for the grazing of horses, which does not need planning permission. The proposal involved a formal change of use of the land to equine, defined as “the keeping........
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