Size and weight of raised stable renders it a building

A timber stable erected on skids in open countryside in a national park in West Sussex was refused, and the enforcement notice requiring its removal upheld, the inspector deeming it was a building, by virtue of its size and permanence, was not in use for agriculture and had a harmful effect on the open rural character of the national park.

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