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Decision: Yurt tent scheme would harm landscape’s character

Yurts in a rural area
Change of use of land near St Ives from agricultural use in the summer months to a “glamping” (glamorous eco-camping) site with space for three Mongolian yurt tents, rainwater showers and eco-toilets. The land would return to agricultural use outside the tourist season.
Appeal reference: APP/D0840/A/13/2190226

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The inspector noted that since the refusal the Cornwall Structure Plan 2004 has been revoked and its policies no longer apply. Policies under the Penwith local plan expect new proposals to be integrated into its surroundings, respec.....Sign Up or Login to read full article
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