Queen bee production can be considered agricultural use

Prior approval for a honey barn at a farm in Essex has been refused as the inspector deemed the proposal was not permitted development as the use proposed could not be considered reasonably necessary for the purposes of agriculture under Part 6 of Class A of the GPDO. This was despite the inspector determining that the production of bees constituted the breeding of creatures for the production of food.

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