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Appeal: Kennel owner’s mobile home deemed unnecessary


An inspector has approved the continued use of a former storage building as a dog kennels in East Tuddenham, Norfolk, but dismissed the application for a mobile home on site after ruling that an essential need had not been proved.

Inspector Jonathan Clarke noted that the appeal site lies 1 kilometre away from the nearest village of Hockering, where some services are available.

He posited that as the kennel is for personal use rather than business use, the mobile home is not to support a rural enterprise, and does not fall in any other examples of special circumstances justifying allowing an isolated dwelling in the.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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