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I am dispute with a landowner regarding an access track into a field behind my house and garden, the council are pushing to approve the revised track, the applicant states that the track is 57 metres from property, we need to urgently know if property covers our garden as this would negate their statement. if so could we use this as a point of contest at tonights planning meeting thank you Di Williams
this is the wording for their argument - can you advise how to counter it - given the aforementioned info
The proposal is considered to constitute an appropriate form of development
in the Green Belt with no loss of openness and no conflict with the purposes
of the green belt. A planning permission is already in place for a track.
The amended section of track is to be sited 57m away from neighbouring
properties. It is not considered that the proposal would cause harm to visual /
As the change relates solely to the access track and planning permission has
already been approved for the stables use, it is not considered that the
proposal would result in any increase in noise disturbance or odour creation
there was an original strip access farm track that was approved and we were happy with, this has now been changes as is actually narrower but is constructed of a solid base with a grass strip as we believe he is future proofing for a road and access for house construction, opposed to permission to build stables. is there anything else that we could use to counter argue
no closer but now a solid road opposed to a farm track albeit disguised with a central grass strip - construction is 3 mtrs wide opposed to 1 x 2 m strips