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|Product Name:||Portable Horse Tent Stalls Stables For South Africa Toowoomba Australia||Brand Name:||Jhorse|
|Model Number:||Horse Stable Galvanized 016||Size:||3.5*2.2m, 4*2.2m Or Any Other Size You Required|
european stall fronts,
prefab horse stables
Before proceeding with development for which planning permission is needed, approval must be sought from the local planning authority. It may be helpful to discuss proposals informally with a planning officer before submitting an application. It can also help if you talk to neighbours and the parish council and take any concerns into account when preparing your proposal. Every local authority will have its own Local Plan with policies relating to horse keeping. Some local planning authorities produce Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) relating specifically to horse keeping, and the Horse Pasture Project is producing Simple Planning Guidance for horse keepers! Planning permission is necessary to change the use of land for exercising, training and jumping horses. Permission is usually required for stables, horse-related development, and some fencing. In specific areas where the countryside is especially sensitive to damage, other relatively minor development may be controlled. Much of Surrey is covered by Green Belt policy and new buildings are not normally considered to be appropriate and will only be permitted if they comprise essential facilities for outdoor sport and outdoor recreation. The golden rule is to always ask the planning department whether or not you need permission for proposals to erect new buildings or structures, whether temporary or permanent, or to change the use of land or buildings. Planning departments are a great source of free advice, so it is a good idea to use them. Some Councils may ask you to submit a formal application for a Certificate of Lawfulness of Proposed Use or Development to determine if your proposal requires planning permission. It is not only the landowner who can apply for planning permission. A tenant or horse owner or keeper can apply for permission on a piece of land, but they must get the owner’s permission before they start building of course!
The welfare of horses and ponies must be the primary consideration. The Equine Industry Welfare Guidelines set out minimum requirements for housing horses and ponies. The size (and type) of stabling will be dependent on the size, type and requirement of the horses and ponies to be stabled. Perhaps it is better to consider the future when building new stables, and allow for the 12.2hh pony’s stable to be large enough to accommodate the 15.2hh horse that a child might grow into! Equally, rather than expecting a broodmare to foal in a standard 3.7m x 3.7m (12’ x 12’) stable, if you have allowed for a foaling box, it can perhaps be used as a hay store in the eleven months leading up to foaling. Your local BHS welfare officer is available for guidance.
The product advantage:
|1.Fully hot dip galvanized finish or powder coated surface.|
|2.A full range of design and style options.|
|3.Swing window & swivel feeder are optional as accessories.|
|4.Wood, wire mesh, round pipe are optional as infill material.|
|5.Auto- lock and sliding systems give you a good experience.|
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