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10/01/2019

Appeal: Holiday cabins refused at Warwickshire fishery

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An inspector has refused permission for two holiday cabins to provide overnight accommodation at a popular fishery because of harm to green belt openness – despite agreeing that they would be ‘an appropriate facility for outdoor recreation’.

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