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Appeal: Poultry shed would not lead to more smells


Permission has been granted for a poultry shed in Orston, Nottingham, after an inspector determined that the development’s placement in conjunction with an existing poultry farm would not lead to an unacceptable increase in odour.

Inspector Alexander Walker noted that the proposed shed would be situated in an open field, within which a similar building is already located. The council argued that the intensification of this existing use would lead to an increase in smells that would be detrimental to the living conditions of occupants of nearby residences.

Walker noted that the appellant’s Odour Assessment indicat.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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