Rejection of third home on farmland ‘a major blow’

By The Post  
Wednesday 7th December 2016 7:00 am
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A FARMING family’s plea for an extra property on their land to accommodate a second working daughter has been rejected by Dartmoor planners.

They threw out the application for the agricultural worker’s dwelling on the 94-acre Beacon View Farm at Drewsteignton, saying that the two properties already in place were sufficient for the business’s needs.

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