Temporary traveller site accepted despite landscape harm

Two separate proposals for four stables and the use of a site for the stationing of a caravan for residential use have been approved in open countryside in Kent, the latter on a temporary and personal basis only in recognition of the appellant's current living conditions and in the best interests of the children concerned, despite its acknowledged harm to the appearance of the landscape character area.

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