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"Stables" in green belt being used as depot for tarmac business

Reported anonymously at 09:35, Fri 17 September 2021

The owner of the "stables" to the rear of Marston Lane Bedworth, has started storing commercial sized gas cylinders in a pre-fab style "barn" literally behind a residential area. Also this entire site is designated as green belt land (as recently asserted in another planning application. So not only is there now an imminent fire / explosion hazard due to storing commercial sized gas bottles, but he is running an industrial/commercial concern on what has been designated green belt land, and in no way reflects what the planning application was approved on. These bottles are being stored within 20ft of a tipper style ford van and under the pre-fab "barn" At what point will the council actually do their job? Do they wait for the next Grenfell Towers?



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