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31st August 2017

Changing holiday homes into dwellings

The owner of three holiday cottages which reside on a working farm wants to turn one into a permanent residential property. But the local authority has stated that such a transition is contrary to local planning policy.

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So is this the end of the matter or is it possible for the property owner to remove these restrictions?

Fred Quartermain, a solicitor in Thrings’ Planning team, highlights some of the challenges involved in changing holiday homes into dwellings in Farmers Weekly.

Click here to read Farmers Weekly‘s article.

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