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Ludavic Greenhow of Buffingham Kennels Glinton is given more time to prove he is running a viable dog breeding business

A man has been given more time to prove that he is running a viable dog breeding business.

Ludavic Greenhow, of Buffingham Kennels Glinton was given temporary planning permission for the restrospective change of site use to allow dog breeding and a mobile home in 2017.Just a month before it expired in 2019, he applied to extend the permission but it was delayed, while financial documentation proving the viability of the business was produced.

At the same time, Mr Greenhow stated he would limit the number of puppy litters - mostly miniature Schnauzers - to 12 a year in accordance with Kennel Club rules.

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