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There is nothing to stop you putting restrictive covenant of the kind that you mention on any property which you own.
However in certain circumstances restrictive covenants can be challenged if it’s believed that the covenant is no more than is required to protect any dominant land. The difficulty with this is that whilst you may put the covenant on, it would be down to you to enforce it which means that you would have to continually check the property and take the proprietors to court if they breached the covenant.
Ultimately it would be for the local authority planning department to decide whether they will accept this or not but I’m sorry to say that I think it’s unlikely.
Can I clarify anything for you? I’m sorry that I can give you a more favourable opinion.
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