Park authority corrects 22-year-old static caravans planning blunder

A national park authority has corrected a 22-year-old planning blunder, which saw an applicant accidentally granted consent for a static caravan site rather than an intended use for touring caravans and the authority subsequently paying £650,000 to purchase the land.

by Michael Donnelly
The Peak District (pic: Catherine Poh Huay Tan, Flickr)
The Peak District (pic: Catherine Poh Huay Tan, Flickr)

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