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The West Kentish Eagles Nest Retreat luxury resort intends to branch out, through concerts, events and celebrating life ceremonies. A retrospective development change-of-use application has been submitted to the Kentish Council to further use an existing farm building, Skyview Barn, for community and entertainment purposes. The app says Skyview Barn was added in 2019 to complement accommodation facilities and provide versatile space. He said farm stays need to remain competitive through “ever greater creative thinking and diversification activities” due to COVID-19. “With a capacity of over 100 guests, Skyview Barn offers a premier venue. We are keen to expand this beyond occasional use to a premier location for weddings on the Northwest Coast,” says the ‘application. The application indicated that the Skyview Barn had the potential to be a venue for a number of events and functions, including the celebration of ceremonies of life, astrophotography and quarterly concerts. West by North West Managing Director Tom Wootton wrote a letter of support, calling the company a “flagship.” “The Skyview Barn has tremendous potential to attract visitors, not only to the Township of Kentish, but more broadly to the Northwest region,” the letter said. “They also serve the economy of visitors to Sheffield – a tourism dependent city that needs higher quality accommodation to support its investment in mountain biking trails, arts and cultural events, etc.” Residents of Careys Road submitted a petition to Kentish Council in May to oppose the change in use of Skyview Barn, signed by 16 people. “The original proposals and the zoning of these sites were only for overnight accommodation,” the petition said. Eagles Nest Retreat responded that it has been operating successfully within its license limits for years, with the council approving approved civic and commercial use of up to 200 attendees in 2011. The petition raised further concerns about traffic. , obstruction of agricultural practices and unacceptable disturbances. . In response, the request from Eagles Nest Retreat indicated that there were several points of concern and falsehood. What do you think? Have your say by sending us a letter to the editor using the form below.

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