planning_officer wrote: »
Will do - I'll look it up at work next week as I can't remember it off the top of my head!
Nenen wrote: »
Thanks very much Davesnave and DFC . It doesn't look very hopeful and I'm probably clutching at straws but where the definition states "breeding and keeping of livestock (including any creature kept for the production of food, wool, skins or fur, or for the purpose of its use in the farming of land)"
wouldn't that include the keeping and breeding of cats as it says breeding and keeping of livestock including .... not solely in connection with production of food or use in farming? On that basis I don't understand why equestrian ventures would be excluded either. It is sooo difficult to find somewhere that already has permission for cattery etc in this area without paying an absolute fortune or risk driving the neighbours mad and infringing residential planning laws... it seems something like this falls between agriculture and residential. I was really hoping that this might be a way forward. Back to the drawing board I guess!
barnaby-bear wrote: »
Cats aren't livestock for the road traffic law - if you hit a cow you legally have to stop/report it.... you can mow down as many cats as you want and don't have to stop.
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