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Appeal: Livestock shed refused after equine business use is not proved


A livestock shelter has been refused for a site in Crossgar, County Down, after an inspector ruled it to be unacceptable development in the countryside.

Commissioner Trevor Rue noted that the local development plan says permission will be granted for development on an active and established agricultural holding where various matters are demonstrated. Although the appellant claimed to use the land to graze horses and take silage and hay as part of a broader enterprise related to a nearby farm site, Rue concluded that the appellant’s eviden.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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