Retrospective Planning Application for outdoor play area at Brimham Rocks Adventure Farm

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/05/2018
12:00pm - 6:30pm

Location
Fiddler’s Green Farm

Hartwith
Harrogate
North Yorkshire
HG3 3HB


Following an inadvertent breach, a retrospective application is being prepared for the Brimham Rocks Adventure Farm outdoor play area, which is currently under construction.

The outdoor play area is a fundamental element of the Brimham Rocks Adventure Farm educational facility at Fiddler’s Green Farm, and provides alternative – rather than additional – learningthrough- play opportunities for children. The play area is not designed as a tourist attraction, and the maximum number of children who can visit the farm is limited.

The outdoor play area is 418m2, and comprises an Aerial Runway, a Two-Tower Jigsaw, a Four Tower Jigsaw, Flat Swings, a Basket Swing and Cradle Swings. The play area has a 300mm – deep bark pit throughout.

The proposals will be available to view during a dropin consultation in the Café at Fiddler’s Green Farm in Hartwith, Harrogate, HG3 3HB from 12-6.30pm on Tuesday 15 May 2018.

If you are able to attend the public consultation event, please come along and discuss the proposals with a member of the team. Anyone unable to attend the public consultation can view the proposals online at the Consultations page at www.resultscommunications.co.uk from 10am on 16 May 2018 until Monday 4 June 2018.

Feedback Forms will be available during the consultation and online so you can tell us your views.

Feedback can also be provided via the dedicated email address – braf@resultscommunications.co.uk

 




 

 


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