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Peel Hall Farm application (12/04512/s73) is withdrawn

The above application is withdrawn - this is the explanation the PC received from Gail Etheridge at CWAC planning department....
"I thought I would give you an update on the above application and the information that we have found out.
The application is to vary condition 9 of a previous application. Condition 9 read:
The means of access to the development from Peel Hall Lane shall not be used by agricultural or construction traffic.
Originally our Planning Enforcement Team requested that the applicant put the application in as they believed that the applicant was in breach of this condition by using the access off Peel Hall Lane to access his fields. It was believed that this meant the roadway which comes off Peel Hall Lane just after its junction with Booth Avenue and obviously Peel Hall Lane itself.
However, from looking into the history of the site and from consultations with the Highways Section, Peel Hall Lane actually goes up towards the Peel Hall Park development but stops at the brook. As such, the applicant is permitted to use Peel Hall Lane up to the point of the brook but not beyond that point without needing to vary the condition.
The applicant has confirmed that he will not be using the road past the end of Peel Hall Lane as he has field access gates at this point and so does not need to. As such, the applicant is not in breach of any conditions and he has decided to withdraw the application so it is no longer being considered. Therefore, the application can no longer go to committee.
I hope this is clear but please feel free to contact me and I can try and explain further.
Kind Regards,
Gail Etheridge
Senior Planning Officer
Cheshire West and Chester Council
Email: Gail.Etheridge@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk
Location: Development Management, The Forum, Chester, CH1 2HS
Visit: www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk

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