Additional occupiers have questionable gypsy status in policy terms

An inspector was not convinced that various occupiers of a site in south Wales met the statutory definition of gypsies and consequently she held there was no overriding reason why they should continue to live in caravans on the site. However relatives of the appellant were judged to be classified as gypsies and were permitted to remain on the land.

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