Planning permission for new agricultural buildings
Erection of two new agricultural buildings, one for livestock use and the other for farm machinery storage, at Holly Hill Farm, Canterbury, Kent.
The aim of this scheme was to secure planning permission for a new large cattle shed and a new shed for the storage of machinery, feed and fertilizer, to allow for the continued expansion and improvement of the farm.
Agricultural justification for the provision of the new buildings; Compliance with planning policy; Siting and Layout of the buildings and Impact on the landscape.
Hobbs Parker Property Consultants advised the client on the development constraints and potential planning issues following an initial on site meeting. A planning statement and design and access statement to accompany the planning application was submitted to the local planning authority. Following approval we negotiated conditions with the local planning authority.
Planning permission was granted by Swale Borough Council and the new agricultural buildings have now been successfully constructed.