A farmer is ready to be ordered to take away a caravan, sheds and half a automobile from his paddock in a planning row.

Planning officers at Vale of Glamorgan council are searching for approval to take enforcement motion at Rose Paddock, north of Peterston-super-Ely.

They allege a number of buildings had been constructed there with out planning permission, and the land can be getting used to retailer giant objects with out permission.

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Councillors on the planning committee are because of vote on January 26 whether or not to approve retrospective permission or refuse permission and let officers take enforcement motion.

The 1.4-hectare subject is generally used for protecting horses and chickens. The farmer claimed he additionally retains 10 sheep there, however planning officers doubt this and couldn’t discover any sheep when visiting the location.

Planning officers are hoping to order the demolition of a retailer constructing, two timber sheds, and a sheep shelter; and the removing of a caravan, wooden pallets, delivery container, a number of trailers, half a Volkswagen Beetle and soccer objective posts — none of which have permission.

Officers need the farmer to take away half a Volkswagen Beetle

A delivery container and caravan are additionally a part of the row

A report back to the planning committee gave particulars of the location and the considerations of officers. It stated: “The metal delivery container seems as an alien addition to this rural subject and is taken into account to be wholly inappropriate. The caravan just isn’t justified and its everlasting siting would detract from the agricultural character.

“Insurance policies are restrictive of what needs to be allowed within the countryside, to guard distinctive rural character from unacceptable and unjustified new improvement.

“The visible impression and the urbanising impact on the countryside are thought of to be demonstrably dangerous to the looks and character of the rapid environment and the broader countryside setting.”

The applicant instructed the council he tends to the land and animals in the course of the day, and makes use of the caravan to get modified and to take breaks. Extra particulars of the row ought to grow to be clear after the planning committee meets on Wednesday, January 26.

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