In which we set about troubling the scorers...
Leather connects with willow in perfect harmony, and another application is sent arcing into the big blue, whistling across the boundary to meet with polite applause.
This week, a rather smashing little agricultural building granted in the Cotswold AONB. A tricky affair with the added constraints of a public footpath and an attractive Oak tree in close proximity that was subject to a TPO.
Thankfully our friends at Stroud District Council saw the merits of our argument and raised both hands above their head indicating that we'd just scored a six... (or that they were surrendering...)
Either way, it's job done and time for tea... (Or to discuss terms...)
This application marks our first success since Wreyland Rural Planning became operational, and though it may be small scale, to us it represents the next phase of development for a fledgling farm enterprise with some big ideas. We wish them well, and look forward to following their progress...