Sussex farmer in wrangle over siting of empty mobile homes

Clarke, Philip
August 2008
Farmers Weekly;8/22/2008, p48
Trade Publication
The article reports on the victory of Sussex, England farmer Carola Godman Law in a dispute with her district council over the siting of mobile homes on her land. She farms beef and arable at Ote Hall Farm and another arable, sheep and apple orchards at Court Lodge Farm in Ewhurst. She explained that the dispute relates to their Ewhurst farm, where they have two mobile homes for seasonal workers. The trouble arose because Rother District Council has insisted that she moves the mobile homes away when they are empty.


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