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15/03/2019

Appeal: 'Special circumstances' at nursery in five-year green belt battle

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A horticultural nursery in Berkshire can install a public sales area contrary to green belt regulations, an inspector has ruled, following a five-year legal battle that saw an intervention from Theresa May.

up to £1million. A High Court injunction issued in 2017 prevented any further enforcement action, but also prohibited any further unauthorised development at the site. 

The present appeal concerned the owner's plans for a "nursery-related sales area", to enable the growth of th.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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