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Planning sought

Plans to put up 20 polymer tunnels as part of a ‘pick your own’ fruit farm in Chichester have been submitted to the district council.

 

If approved, the 50m long, 4.4m high tunnels would be set up at Crouchers Farm, in Birdham Road, during the March to September growing seasons.

 

The application also seeks permission to build a gravel car park and install temporary toilet facilities for visitors.

 

In a design statement, the applicant said the opening hours of the farm would be 9.30am-6pm every day, and the polytunnels would be removed ‘no later than October 31, of each year’. Planning application number: 20/00196/FUL

 

Elsewhere in the district, planning permission has been sought for a yoga studio.

 

Change of use has been asked for of a ground-floor from retail to primary retail, with occasional use for a yoga studio/wellness centre and associated alternations in Little London.

 

The application. by the Rare Brand Market Ltd. proposes the formation of shower and toilet facilities to service the yoga studio/wellness centre uses within The Barn, at the back of 38 Little London and associated external alternations. Application number: 20/00176/FUL

 

To view all planning applications submitted to Chichester District Council, visit: chichester.gov.uk/article/24069/Planning-applications

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