Monday 4 July 2022 01:27 PM Childminder wins heated planning permission battle against council over her ... trends now

Monday 4 July 2022 01:27 PM Childminder wins heated planning permission battle against council over her ... trends now
Monday 4 July 2022 01:27 PM Childminder wins heated planning permission battle against council over her ... trends now

Monday 4 July 2022 01:27 PM Childminder wins heated planning permission battle against council over her ... trends now

Childminder wins heated planning permission battle against council for running business out of her £20,000 shed after neighbour complained and left her feeling like a 'criminal' Neighbour of Holly Fitzsimons complained creche would be 'out of character' Were also concerned it would be noisy with lots of customers coming and going   Spent £7,000 battling the council after officials threatened enforcement action

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An entrepreneur has won a bitter planning row for the right to use her new £20,000 back garden shed as a creche. 

Holly Fitzsimons, from Ingleby Barwick, North Yorkshire, built the wooden cabin for her Little Oaks childminding business, prompting a neighbour to complain it would be noisy and 'out of character' with the neighbourhood. 

The 27-year-old claims she contacted the council prior to building the shed and was informed she did not need planning permission.

Holly Fitzsimons, from Ingleby Barwick, North Yorkshire, built the wooden cabin for her Little Oaks childminding business, prompting a neighbour to complain it would be noisy and 'out of character' with the neighbourhood

Holly Fitzsimons, from Ingleby Barwick, North Yorkshire, built the wooden cabin for her Little Oaks childminding business, prompting a neighbour to complain it would be noisy and 'out of character' with the neighbourhood

However, following the complaint from her neighbour, Ms Fitzsimons said the council told her she did in fact need permission to use the building for work purposes and that they would seize the property.

Ms Fitzsimons spent £7,000 battling Stockton Council after a retrospective bid for permission was refused in 2020 and the authority launched enforcement action. 

But the mother of one, who cared for key workers' children during the pandemic, has now won her fight after an appeal to the

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