In brief: A public inquiry into one of the longest-running planning disputes ...

A public inquiry into one of the longest-running planning disputes in Wales reopened this week. The row centres over Tipi Valley in Carmarthenshire, an "eco-community" covering almost 65ha. Resident Brig Oubridge first applied for a retrospective lawful use certificate for a caravan and three tents in 1993. His application was refused, but the decision was overturned. After a series of High Court challenges, the dispute was handed to the Welsh Assembly Government to make a final decision in 1999. It has now reopened the hearing.

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