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26/07/2016

Appeal: On-site dwelling not necessary for rabbit breeding facility

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Rabbit breeding facility

Permission has been refused for an on-site dwelling at a proposed rabbit breeding facility near Crowland, Lincolnshire, after an inspector said a need had not been proved to excuse the creation of an isolated dwelling in the countryside, in line with paragraph 55 of the National Planning Policy Framework.

Inspector Grahame Kean noted that South Holland District Council did not object to the proposed enterprise, only the need for a dwelling.

Kean accepted that as the rabbits would be bred as pets a higher-quality control would be exercised than if they were for the meat trade. But he said the use of “bespoke breeding cages” and the appellant’s ability to schedule the mating and kindli.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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