Login | Register

Appeal: Yorkshire holiday lodge-to-residential appeal dismissed

holiday lodge

The change of use of a farm lodge from holiday use to part holiday, part residential use has been refused in Ryton, Malton, after an inspector ruled that benefits of the proposed development would not justify its location in the countryside.

Inspector John Dowsett noted that while the site currently has planning permission for 32 holiday lodges, only 10 lodges were present on site at the time of his visit. The appellant now seeks to change this permission to 16 lodges and 16 residential pitches.

Dowsett argued that there are economic benefits that arise from the tourism which justified the development of the site as holiday a.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

THE PLANNER is the Official

Not a member?
60 day free trial of our premium content when you Register Now

RTPI Member Login

Go back to The Planner Home Page