Hog-roasting business at livestock farm not an ancillary use

Permission was refused, and an enforcement notice upheld, against the mixed use of an existing livestock rearing farm for a new dwelling, agriculture, event venue and hog-roast catering business in open countryside in Berkshire. The inspector determined a material change of use regarding the businesses had taken place and the development as a whole was unsustainable in terms of its harmful social and environmental impacts.

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