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Appeal: Swimming school use is not inappropriate for countryside location

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Permission has been given for a private swimming pool to be hired out to a swimming school for children aged one to five years in Lower Beeding, West Sussex, after an inspector ruled that the scale of the proposed activity was not inappropriate for its countryside location.

Inspector Patrick Whelan noted that the pool in question was a small-scale indoor facility within Beedinglee, a substantial residential dwelling within extensive grounds lying outside the built up area boundary.

Horsham District Council considered that the scale of the activity associated with the use of the pool for private hire was “excessive and inappropriate” in the countryside an.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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