‘Inappropriate’ dog training plan on West Yorkshire farm refused by councillors

They said the proposal for up to 14 dogs a day, six days a week in a field behind the Pasture Farm Barn in West View was “inappropriate” and would affect the convenience of neighboring homes.

Members of the Kirklees Council’s Heavy Woolen Planning Sub-Committee (June 10) said the barking of dogs and the yelling of their trainers would hit people a few meters away.

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They said the harm outweighed the benefits of the plan.

The meeting took place at Huddersfield Town Hall

The committee took action against the planners who recommended the plan for approval.

Coun Steve Hall said, “It’s not my style to have a peaceful Saturday when dogs bark and someone shouts instructions to them. I find it inappropriate in this place. “

Other committee members agreed, with one citing shared access to the facility’s designated property as an added complication.

People who lived near the site and opposed the plan said they feared dogs could threaten the cattle on a small farm if they break free and that dog poop washed up on their land on rainy days could be.

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