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CHERWELL MAY TAKE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST DTp OVER MOBILE CAFES

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Cherwell DC is to consider taking legal action against the department of transport as a result of continuing concer...
Cherwell DC is to consider taking legal action against the department of transport as a result of continuing concerns over mobile roadside cafes operating in north Oxfordshire, reports BBC Oxford.

Converted caravans and trailers are used to dispense refreshments, particularly along the A34 leading to the M40. They do not have planning permission and the council considers them to be a health hazard and danger to safety.

Cherwell development committee will decide this week what action it should take, including the possibility o legal action against the department of transport which owns the laybys from which the cafes operate.
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