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Farmer promises to maintain road

25th April 1991, Page 23
25th April 1991
Page 23
Page 23, 25th April 1991 — Farmer promises to maintain road
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• A Carmarthen-based poultry farmer has won authorisation to run three more 7.5-tonners and a 17.5tonne reefer unit after assuring South Wales Licensing Authority John Mervyn Pugh that he would keep a private access road in good condition.

Philip Aubrey, trading as Marros Free Range, had applied for authority to operate the vehicles from Tal Fan Farm, Marros, Pendine where he currently operated a 7.5-tonner. The application attracted environmental representations from neighbours who were concerned about the use of the road.

Department of Transport traffic examiner Robert Frampton said that there was more than adequate parking for the vehicles at the farm. The private road was suitable for an artic, provided traffic was "one way".

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