Agricultural land used as garden ? Was Rotovation
In article ,
| "Sad Sid" . wrote in message
| If I were to buy a little bit of an adjacent field from a farmer to
| extend my garden would I therefore need planning permission to grow
| anything but grass ?.
| It has to be agricultural use. I believe you could put an orchard in such a
| piece of land or grow commercial crops.
Or trees suitable for forestry. Planting walnuts for harvesting a
century or two hence would be OK :-)
| In fact , in some places ( where I live for example) buying a field and
| using it as a paddock would be considered a planning issue. You would need a
| change of use to put horses in there.
That is definitely a good thing! There is far too much land that
has been paddockised, which is very bad for the environment - and
very often not good for the horses.