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Plans lodged to convert barns at Grove Farm, in Harleston Road, near Halesworth, to holiday accommodation





Plans have been lodged to convert a range of village barns into holiday accommodation.

The proposals, submitted to East Suffolk Council by Adrian Haylock and Jane McEvoy, could see the outbuildings at Grove Farm, in Harleston Road, near Halesworth, converted to four separate holiday accommodation units.

A design and access statement said a lean-to structure would be dismantled, reducing the scale of the outbuildings slightly.

Grove Farm, in Harleston Road, near Halesworth, where plans lodged with East Suffolk Council would see barns converted to holiday accommodation. Picture: Google Maps
Grove Farm, in Harleston Road, near Halesworth, where plans lodged with East Suffolk Council would see barns converted to holiday accommodation. Picture: Google Maps

It added that the development allowed for modern day living and the minimum standards for building control.

The statement added there would be ‘ample space’ around the converted buildings, meaning they would sit ‘comfortably’ within the site.

The holiday accommodation would be let to the general public.