Friday, March 4, 2011

And i cant get planning permission to extend lol

Gary Neville wins planning approval for 'Teletubbies' house

Ambitious plans by Manchester United star Gary Neville to build a futuristic 'Teletubbies' family home on protected moorland were controversially backed by councillors. wonder how much they pocketed from this guy?

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10 thoughts on “And i cant get planning permission to extend lol

  • Yet another secret bunker. You had better get your scates on Gaz, time is running short in Eng la la land.

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  • I for one will be protesting about this…I’ve never seen or heard anything like it.An eyesore on greenbelt land.

    planning committe must have been ‘persuaded’

    what a joke and what an example at just how wrong things are in this country

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  • sibley's b'stard child says:

    I’m normally dead set against NIMBYism but FFS.

    ‘Lib Dem David Wilkinson said: “I see no reason, for this very large and fancy house for one family, to dig up a large space of moorland.”

    But Labour’s Elaine Sherrington said: “Sometimes there is only one way that you can test out innovation and that is to do it.”

    Here’s a riddle, two councillors; one receives a kick-back and another doesn’t. How can you work out which is which?

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  • they split the kickback

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  • The former councillor has been on the planning committee 15 years (yes 15), and was boasting about it recently in the local paper.

    Having witnessed the over-familiarity between developers, planning officials and councillors nothing would surprise me.

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  • sibley's b'stard child says:

    Ah, lateral thinking Mark. Nice.

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  • Good for him. Saw it on the news last night – fantastic looking place and £8m will be good for the local economy.

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  • alan

    dont you mean £8m will be good for the polish economy

    lol

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  • Do they make it this far north past London?

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  • markj69 str05 says:

    This is OUTRAGEOUS. Although, when enquiring 5/6yrs ago to build on land outsize my village envelope, I was told there was one possible way – The property would have to be of ‘significant architectural grandure’!!! WTF!!! Well if that isn’t a loop-hole for the rich, I don’t know what is.

    Moral principles at stake here. When a large percentage of the population can’t afford to buy a house, and the other half in a property they probably wouldn’t get a mortgage for themselve, It beggers belief that they will not relax planning regulations for the benefit of society. But will bend the rules for a multi-millionaire (Who could easily afford to buy an existing grand property).

    There should be a general rule stopping any bulding on protected land by wealthy individuals, unless of course they include some affordable housing next door!!!

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