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Appeal: Poultry farm approved at Presteigne, Wales


A proposal for two poultry buildings and associated works has been granted in Presteigne, Powys, despite council concerns about their effect on heritage assets and the local tourism industry.

A resubmitted application was previously approved, but the decision was quashed following a judicial review in which Powys County Council conceded to judgment on the basis of “failure to take into account the cumulative effects of the development”.

Inspector Emyr Jones referenced the Environment Agency’s H4 Odour Management guidance when determining the exposure levels of nearby dwe.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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