AN APPEAL has been launched against an enforcement order served by Wiltshire Council.

John Hill is challenging a council decision to place an enforcement order on his property at land adjacent Hobbs Bottom Farm in Box.

The order was served on the property because, according to the council, a building was constructed at the site breach planning control.

A planning officer for the local authority said: “The Council do not consider that planning permission should be granted for the unauthorised development because planning conditions could not overcome the objections to the unauthorised development.”

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The enforcement gave Mr Hill four months to demolish the building.

Appealing the decision, anyone wishing to make a comment on the bid must contact the planning inspector by October 22.

No date has been set for the hearing yet.