e farming attains high ecological principles, minimising impression on natural resources, and administers appreciated landscapes and biodiversity; supplies both directly and indirectly to rural economic multiplicity; is itself ready for action and money-spinning; and offers high quality products that the public needs.
Planning authorities have an imperative accountability to take part in distributing the Governments objectives for rural district, through their process of the planning system and the submission of the policies specified in Planning Policies.
(ii) Good characteristic, cautiously-sited reachable development within obtainable towns and villages should be permitted where it payback the local economy and/or community (e.g. reasonable housing for recognized local requirements); maintains or improves the local surroundings; and does not discord with other planning policies.
(iii) Convenience should be a key deliberation in all development result. Most developments which are probable to produce large numbers of trips should be situated in or subsequently to towns or other assistance centres that are available by public transport, walking and cycling, in line with the policies specified. Results on the position of other developments in rural areas should, where achievable, provide people the maximum prospect to approach them by public transport, walking and cycling, dependable with attaining the most important motive of the progress.
(iv) New building development in the set off countryside away from on hand settlements, or outside regions owed for development in development strategy, should be severely proscribed; the Governments in general objective is to defend the countryside for the sake of its inherent character and attractiveness the multiplicity of its landscapes, legacy and wildlife, the prosperity of its natural resources and so it may be benefited from by all.
(v) Main concern should be specified to the re-use of beforehand -developed