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I know this may be old news but whilst looking on the internet I found
the attached regards the Broads Authority.

This Caravan & camping park has been there since the 1960's and over
the years the family have  invested 'hundreds of thousands+'  in the
local tourism.  I used to work there as a waiter when I left school and it
was so busy during the summer season!

Im just amazed at why the Broads Authority are getting/have been
involved in this situation?? Okay yes, its near Filby Broad but personally
just don't believe they should be getting involved in this?

Shouldn't this be the responsibility of the local council??

I maybe wrong but personally this camp site should be given 110%
support & help, maybe even a medal for the work & commitment the
family have given for all these years... Im sure they have considered
closing many times in the past & selling the land for building plots..

I only openly discuss this because I just don't understand where the
BA's boundaries are and i'm slightly confused..... Smile

Enlighten me forumites!!!!

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Helps to attach it!! Smile   Or not!!!  Next post may have the correct info!!
Thank you



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BA obviously don't want me to share it !!!  Playful

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I too would like to know just how and why the boundaries were chosen. Sure as little green apples none of us directly affected had any say in the matter despite it having the potential to considerably impact on our lives.

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The BA are involved as they are the planning authority
responsible for this area, they are doing exactly what
any planning authority would do when they are
confronted with a blatant planning breach, It would
appear that the people involved have been breaching the
terms of their planning consent and have had at least 5
years to regularise the situation. From the brief out
line given, the BA have been IMHO over generous in the
latitude they have given these people to comply with or
seek amendment to the original planning consent,
another case of the BA being criticised for doing their
job.

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Your local Explorer map OL40 shows and defines the boundaries and broadly includes the rivers ,Broads marshes and their adjacent catchment area - if for example there is a stream or system feeding into a Broad then that area is included.

I have no idea who decided it all though although I guess all the local councils were involved.

I am with the BA, or any planning authority for that matter, enforcement of Planning legislation is a must or you might as well not have the laws in the first place. You just cannot have individuals or businesses total ignoring planning requirements and this instance is no different to Sotshole Broad. All these people know that they are breaking the law - just get on with life and do what everyone else does and live within them, no matter who you are, who you think you are, or how good your business is!!!! IMHO

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Sorry JM just read your post and disagree yet again - your elected representatives of the relevant councils DID agree and therefore you too did - thats how it works!!!

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quote:"The BA are involved as they are the planning authority responsible for this area, they are doing exactly what any planning authority would do when they are confronted with a blatant planning breach."

As Dave has said, they are the plain facts of this instance.

The BA are empowered and are required to act in exactly the same way as other local authority planning departments within their boundary.

My house comes under their jurisdiction, and the pre-purchase searches revealed previous planning application rejections and approvals from the BA.



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In my own case I made a pre-application inquiry of my local planning authority and received enthusiastic officer support. I was then told that I actually came under the jurisdiction of the Broads Authority. Both planning authorities allegedly operate under the same rules yet the end result was refusal.

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Just for interest who has been to Broad Farm? its a huge place with plenty of caravans on the site.

My question would be how do the BA police this situation? Plus what was the final outcome on this situation?

Also are the BA going to go through the same process with ALL the other large riverside properties with 'occupied' caravans? There is plenty of sites for the BA to visit!

It does seem to imply that the BA were initially contacted about this by a 3rd party in 2008.  

I just personally believe it should be the local council who deal with these situations, they already have the man power, experience and the legal support in place.

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