Manea traveller gets retrospective planning consent for caravans and day rooms

PUBLISHED: 10:56 17 October 2014

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A traveller has been granted retrospective planning consent for three caravans and day rooms which have been in use for more than five years.

Tommy Savage has gained approval from Fenland District Council for the caravans at The Old Dairy Yard off Westfield Road, Manea.

Mr Savage lives with his wife in one of the caravans and the others are used by his daughters and their families.

Planners said: “The applicant’s family are already integrated into the local community with the children attending the local school.

“There is no additional undue pressure on the local infrastructure.”


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