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19/09/2018

Appeal: Glasshouses not ‘previously developed’ despite produce sales

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A dilapidated horticultural nursery on the Wirral Peninsula was in solely agricultural use and therefore not ‘previously developed land’, an inspector has ruled, dismissing the appellant’s claim that selling produce on the site made it a ‘mixed use’.

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