Blackburn man in retrospective planning permission bid

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ZUBER Ismail has submitted a retrospective planning application after building a lounge extension following the demolition of the conservatory at a house in Pleckgate Road, Blackburn.

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6:24pm Wed 9 Apr 14

denidenideni says...

Where is the story?
I can only see three lines, does this mean his application is hidden, bypassing the planning regulations, or is there really no story here?
Where is the story? I can only see three lines, does this mean his application is hidden, bypassing the planning regulations, or is there really no story here? denidenideni
  • Score: 5

9:11pm Wed 9 Apr 14

mmickk says...

On principle they should be made to knock it down otherwise the floodgates open. The mind boggles why anyone would do this in the first place. Unless the mother-in-law is in the foundations then its justified!!
On principle they should be made to knock it down otherwise the floodgates open. The mind boggles why anyone would do this in the first place. Unless the mother-in-law is in the foundations then its justified!! mmickk
  • Score: 1

10:16pm Wed 9 Apr 14

ConcernedOssy says...

denidenideni wrote:
Where is the story?
I can only see three lines, does this mean his application is hidden, bypassing the planning regulations, or is there really no story here?
Yes
[quote][p][bold]denidenideni[/bold] wrote: Where is the story? I can only see three lines, does this mean his application is hidden, bypassing the planning regulations, or is there really no story here?[/p][/quote]Yes ConcernedOssy
  • Score: 3

12:07am Thu 10 Apr 14

leyton says...

usual bangli thing
usual bangli thing leyton
  • Score: 0

6:22am Thu 10 Apr 14

Reasons says...

these retrospective submission's are the way to get what you what .I know of one person who got permission to build an extension in a back yard but went a bit overboard and added more to it .When it was reported ,was it challenged -no
it was allowed as he had already built it so if you can't get permission, build it any way because you will get it
these retrospective submission's are the way to get what you what .I know of one person who got permission to build an extension in a back yard but went a bit overboard and added more to it .When it was reported ,was it challenged -no it was allowed as he had already built it so if you can't get permission, build it any way because you will get it Reasons
  • Score: 1

12:07pm Thu 10 Apr 14

BlackburnEyes says...

Reasons wrote:
these retrospective submission's are the way to get what you what .I know of one person who got permission to build an extension in a back yard but went a bit overboard and added more to it .When it was reported ,was it challenged -no it was allowed as he had already built it so if you can't get permission, build it any way because you will get it
you talking out of your trumpet....if you build something that is not in line with the planning app you apply for an amendment..retrospec
tive applications are for when an application has not been submitted at all

dont talk tripe or make a comment for the sake of it...you can challenge all applications yourself you dont need the council to do it for you!!!
[quote][p][bold]Reasons[/bold] wrote: these retrospective submission's are the way to get what you what .I know of one person who got permission to build an extension in a back yard but went a bit overboard and added more to it .When it was reported ,was it challenged -no it was allowed as he had already built it so if you can't get permission, build it any way because you will get it[/p][/quote]you talking out of your trumpet....if you build something that is not in line with the planning app you apply for an amendment..retrospec tive applications are for when an application has not been submitted at all dont talk tripe or make a comment for the sake of it...you can challenge all applications yourself you dont need the council to do it for you!!! BlackburnEyes
  • Score: 1

12:10pm Thu 10 Apr 14

BlackburnEyes says...

leyton wrote:
usual bangli thing
uaual kn*b rash comment!
[quote][p][bold]leyton[/bold] wrote: usual bangli thing[/p][/quote]uaual kn*b rash comment! BlackburnEyes
  • Score: 0

7:09pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Reasons says...

Well its build first apply later and act innocent'
Well its build first apply later and act innocent' Reasons
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