A client owned land in the Green Belt near Windsor which was being used for private allotments, being rented out to paying members of the public. With a shortage of allotment land in the south of England, this is a productive and profitable use for an un-economic small parcel of agricultural land, and was also much appreciated by local residents to grow their own food. However, the Council didn't see it that way and threatened enforcement action. It was demonstrated there was no breach of planning regulations, and no material harm that would justify such action, and the Council did not pursue the matter further.
Client: private company
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