The appellants argued that the materials stored and processed on the site did not involve waste. Citing the judgement in Fisher v Secretary of State for Environment, Transport and the Regions and East Sussex County Council (2002), they argued that the materials had not fallen out of the "chain of utility" but were intended to be used for beneficial purposes on the farm.

Casebook: Appeal cases - Commercial and industrial - External lighting held to harm listed setting

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