Skateboard ramp unacceptable in countryside location

An enforcement notice against the use of a paddock adjoining a barn conversion for residential purposes, including the erection of a skateboard ramp, outside a village in Peterborough was upheld, deemed planning permission being refused for adverse effects on landscape setting, the character and appearance of the conservation area and loss of privacy and noise and disturbance for adjoining occupiers.

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