Plans for a holiday park with four mobile homes have been given the go-ahead.

Developers named in council papers as Mr and Mrs Wakefield have been given planning permission to change the use of land off North Brink, on the Western outskirts of Wisbech.

They said in a design and access statement: "This is a viable business opportunity in the current market of staycations." 

It adds the site is screened from all sides from neighbouring properties and cannot be seen from the road.

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Wisbech Town Council supported the application, along with six neighbours.

One said: "I feel that this plan could only be good for the area, allowing a pretty rural enclave to be enjoyed by visitors, as well as increasing security via the number of eyes on the agricultural hinterland behind our road-facing properties."

Fenland council agreed the development, on condition the site is occupied for holiday purposes only, from March 1 - December 31 and shall not be occupied as a main place of residence.