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Garden Caravan Allowed
'Part of the house amenities'
A Principle of some importance to those who keep caravans in gardens arises out of the result of a recent appeal. A woman wanted to regularize the park­ing of a caravan in the grounds of her house at Swanage , but the local authority refused planning permission. She appealed, and the Minister of Housing allows the appeal, saying that as the woman bought the Caravan for her own use, and for the occasional accommodation of friends and relatives, and not for letting, its presence might reasonably be regarded as incidental to the enjoyment of the dwelling.The use of the caravan as an occasional additional bedroom, as an extension of the house's accommodation, does not constitute development.
.The caravan had been in the grounds for some years, and was screened from the road.
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