How Redwings horse sanctuary in Caldecott will be laid out if application is a success
- Credit: Paul Robinson Partnership
This image shows the potential new layout for Redwings Horse Sanctuary in Caldecott, should the site's recent planning application receive approval.
The sanctuary, which provides care for horses and donkeys, has lodged plans for a potential £1million development at the site.
If approved, it would see additional stabling, schooling areas and an indoor arena for the animals in its care, which will also allow it to rehome more horses and donkeys.
The application was submitted after Redwings chief executive Lynn Cutress said the company - which has 11 sites nationwide - had reached capacity.
She said: 'We are hoping to add a brand-new rehoming centre at Redwings Caldecott. This would mean we could rehome more horses and ponies, in turn freeing up vital space at the sanctuary.'
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The application has been submitted to Great Yarmouth Borough Council, with councillors given a decision deadline of September 4.
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