I don't see a deer fence fitting any of the definitions below (for which
thank you for posting, Ron), after all it keeps animals out, not in, and old
sceptic as I am, I don't entirely credit the opinion of the specialist
I'll place a small wager with myself that it is PD. And if not, well the
(planning) law is an ass.
From: Howe, Ron [mailto:Ron.Howe@xxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk]
Sent: 13 July 2012 15:52
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: RE: AONBs and preparing timber for joinery
Part 6 of 1995 GPDO ... See A1 (i)?
AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS AND OPERATIONS
Class A Development on units of 5 hectares or more.A. Permitted
The carrying out on agricultural land comprised in an agricultural unit
of 5 hectares or more in area of-
(a)works for the erection, extension or alteration of a building; or .
(b)any excavation or engineering operations, .
which are reasonably necessary for the purposes of agriculture within
A.1 Development not permitted
Development is not permitted by Class A if-
(a)the development would be carried out on a separate parcel of land
forming part of the unit which is less than 1 hectare in area; .
(b)it would consist of, or include, the erection, extension or
alteration of a dwelling; .
(c)it would involve the provision of a building, structure or works not
designed for agricultural purposes; .
(d)the ground area which would be covered by- .
(i)any works or structure (other than a fence) for accommodating
livestock or any plant or machinery arising from engineering operations;
(ii)any building erected or extended or altered by virtue of Class A, .
would exceed 465 square metres, calculated as described in paragraph D.2
(e)the height of any part of any building, structure or works within 3
kilometres of the perimeter of an aerodrome would exceed 3 metres; .
(f)the height of any part of any building, structure or works not within
3 kilometres of the perimeter of an aerodrome would exceed 12 metres; .
(g)any part of the development would be within 25 metres of a metalled
part of a trunk road or classified road; .
(h)it would consist of, or include, the erection or construction of, or
the carrying out of any works to, a building, structure or an excavation
used or to be used for the accommodation of livestock or for the storage
of slurry or sewage sludge where the building, structure or excavation
is, or would be, within 400 metres of the curtilage of a protected
building; or .
(i)it would involve excavations or engineering operations on or over
article 1(6) land which are connected with fish farming.
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