Planning Permission for removal of Agricultural/Forestry Tie Success

Planning Permission for removal of Agricultural/Forestry Tie Success

BJC Planning has obtained planning permission for the removal of an agricultural/forestry tie on a property in Curdridge.

The 1975 outline planning permission for the dwelling included an agricultural/forestry tie, as the wider site was in use at that time as a market garden.  The use of the site over the years has changed to predominantly equestrian and the most recent application demonstrated that there was no longer an essential need for the tie.

The removal of the tie means that the property could be occupied by anyone without needing to be wholly or mainly employed or last employed wholly or mainly in agriculture or in forestry.