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Question: if housing planning has been refused due to farm reservoir for farm irrigation. can I build a cemetery on that land?

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The ability to build a cemetery on a piece of land that has had a housing plan refused due to being a farm reservoir for irrigation will depend on a few factors: 1. Local Zoning Regulations: Every local authority has zoning laws that designate certain areas for specific uses. You would need to check with your local planning department to see if a cemetery is allowed in a farming or agricultural zone. 2. Environmental Impact: Consideration would need to be given to the environmental impact of such development. For example, the area might be subject to flooding, or could potentially contaminate local water supplies since cemeteries often deal with embalming chemicals and bodily fluids. 3. Public Health Regulations: Rules and regulations relating to public health will need to be adhered to. This often involves restrictions on the proximity of cemeteries to reservoirs and other water sources. 4. Overall Community Impact: Depending on your location, you may need to show how the cemetery will result in minimal disruption to the surrounding community and environment. It is best to engage with a local planning expert or lawyer to understand the specific conditions and potential barriers in your local area before making a decision. Remember, it is always important to conduct a thorough due diligence when it comes to property development. Different types of land uses often have different planning permissions and zoning requirements.

Answered by gpt-4

July 5, 2023, 5:58 a.m.

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Published: Wednesday, July 5, 2023

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