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Cllr Mike Rigby's letter to the Planning Inspectorate in respect of the appeal against Taunton Deane Borough Council's enforcement notice re Pheasant Farm Appeal

Cllr Mike Rigby's letter to the Planning Inspectorate in respect of the appeal against Taunton Deane Borough Council's enforcement notice re Pheasant Farm Appeal

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Cllr Mike Rigby's response to the appeal against the enforcement notice requiring an end to the unauthorised use of caravan and mobile home for residential use on land at Mill Field, Minehead Road, Bishops Lydeard, Taunton, Somerset
Cllr Mike Rigby's response to the appeal against the enforcement notice requiring an end to the unauthorised use of caravan and mobile home for residential use on land at Mill Field, Minehead Road, Bishops Lydeard, Taunton, Somerset

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 Mr K CarpenterThe Planning Inspectorate3/26 WingTemple Quay House2 The SquareBristolBS1 6PN29
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August 2013Dear Mr Carpenter,
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990
APPEAL UNDER SECTION 174MILL FIELD, MINEHEAD ROAD, BISHOPS LYDEARD, TAUNTON, SOMERSET APP/D3315/C/13/2203860
I am in receipt of a letter from Taunton Deane Borough Council in respect of anappeal at the above site. I have previously commented on developments at thissite.I am disappointed that an appeal has been lodged against the enforcement noticeserved to secure compliance with the planning permission and planning controlmore generally. Planning permission was granted for a pheasant farm on this sitein 2009. A mobile home was temporarily allowed on-site, to be removed in May2012. The appellant failed to do this, compounding the breach of planning controlby bringing on a caravan for additional residential use. Following this, theappellant ap
plied for planning permission for a permanent agricultural worker’s
dwelling in place of the caravan and mobile home. This application was refusedon 19
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October 2012 and no appeal was submitted. Somewhat belatedly, thelocal planning authority has now served an enforcement notice requiring that theresidential use of the caravan and mobile home be curtailed as well as theremoval of the caravan. The action required and the timescale given seementirely reasonable to me. Turning to the third ground of appeal, that planning
permission ought to be granted, I refer to the appellant’s unsuccessful attempt tosecure planning permission for a permanent worker’s dwelling on this site. That 
application was supported by an agricultural appraisal. In my view the document was extremely flimsy and the local planning authority ultimately agreed, refusingpermission due to the absence of demonstrated functional need. I attach myassessment of the agricultural appraisal submitted in support of that refusedapplication. This amply demonstrates the fact that there is no requirement 

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