Paintballing in protected green belt woodland harms biodiversity

The use of protected woodland in the west Yorkshire green belt would undermine the ability of new trees to grow and harm its biodiversity value, an inspector determined, dismissing an appellant's claims that the impact would not be materially greater than that allowed under permitted development rights.

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