PLANS for a new holiday park that could create up to a dozen jobs have been thrown out.
Farmer John Heath, who owns Blake Hall Fishery in Brookhouses, Cheadle, wanted to create a caravan site and camping area on a nearby section of his 450-acre estate.
His proposal included space for 20 pitches at the 1.1-hectare New Close Fields site and set out plans to extend the clubhouse at the popular fishery by including shower blocks, a store room and disabled toilet.
But his proposal has been rejected by Staffordshire Moorlands District Council.
A planning report concluded: “The proposed caravan park amounts to inappropriate development in the Green Belt.
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