Horse rider’s proposal for her business
1:00pm Saturday 24th August 2013 in Latest News
International event rider Lucinda Fredericks has applied for planning permission to retain a mobile home and portable stable building to enable her business to continue.
Mrs Fredericks and her former husband Clayton, a fellow Australian eventing rider, were granted temporary planning permission for the buildings at Rosegarth, Little Cheverell, in 2009.
In the application, planning agent Richard Cosker said: “The original application was submitted on behalf of Mr Clayton Fredericks. Unfortunately, my client, who has separated from Mr Fredericks, was unaware of the conditions imposed and was never informed of the time-related restrictions placed upon the mobile home and portable stables.”
Mr Fredericks has relocated to Florida, where he is coach to the Canadian eventing team, while Mrs Fredericks launched Lucinda Fredericks Equestrian Ltd. She retained her staff and continues to offer livery and training facilities at her base.
The mobile home is used by the yard manager while the stable building is for six staff who live there.
There are 29 horses and seven staff employed at the stables plus a further two employees working in the office.
Mr Cosker said the requirements of the business had not changed since the last permission and there were no material reasons as to why the stables and mobile home could not be retained.
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