July 2012
Planning (14672073);7/13/2012, Issue 1938, p24
The article discusses several court cases related to development management in England. It states that a shed was not permitted to accommodate free-range hens at a farm in North Yorkshire since it will harm the pastoral character of the area. It says that a mixed employment development in Wiltshire was permitted with full costs granted to the appellants. Moreover, a psychotherapy centre using horses was approved in a Lancashire greenspace to help patients overcome mental illness.


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