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Yorkshire dog walking firm withdraws application for doggy daycare centre

The owner of a dog walking business in Filey, Yorkshire, has withdrawn a planning application for a doggy daycare facility for up to 40 dogs on a disused field.

Suzanne Bishop, who already runs Coastal Tails and Trails, had proposed a change of use for the former agricultural land next to the car park on West Avenue. The facility would have had two portacabins for shelter, a new car park, and replacement fencing.

However, the application was withdrawn by Bishop after attracting 121 comments from members of the public on North Yorkshire Council’s planning portal – 63 objecting to the development and 57 supporting it.

The field was previously used by a family business that provided rides on the beach and has been empty since 2020.

 

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