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Appeal: Surrey campsite helps meet National Trust and AONB aims


Permission has been approved for the change of use of land to a campsite, plus the erection of two amenity blocks, in Bookham, Surrey, despite Mole Valley District Council’s concerns that the development would constitute inappropriate development in the green belt.

The appeal concerns an area of grassed land within the grounds of the National Trust owned Polesden Lacey estate.

Inspector Jo Dowling found that the proposed erection of two amenity blocks did qualify as an exception to the restriction of development in the green belt, in that it constituted the provision of an appropriate outdoor recreation facility. But Dowling ruled that this exceptio.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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