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Oldhouse Farm Cutbush Lane Shinfield RG2 9AE
Application for a certificate of existing lawful development for the continuous use of Units 8, 11, 12 and Site 5 of Oldhouse Farm, Cutbush Lane, Shinfield for light industrial processes with ancillary offices (previously Use Class B1(b) and B1(c) now forming part of Use Class E(g)) and car parking.
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