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Slaughterhouse Development, May 2018

Development News, May 2018

 


 

9th May 2018



The repercussions if you construct your property, not in accordance with the planning application.

Case No1

A family whose home could be demolished because it is 75cms too tall may have to fork out £200,000 for a replacement roof.

Stoke City Council received 31 objections ( compared to our 84) to the retrospective planning applications and seven letters in support.
Council planners recommended taking enforcement action which would lead to the house being knocked down.


Daily Mail

Stoke Sentinel

 


 

 


Case No2

A multmillion pound development in Colchester, was under construction, when it was discovered it was a few centimetres out of position.
Colchester Borough Council ordered it to be taken down, and re-built.

Essex County Standard

Metro.co.uk

 

 

Will Babergh Planning Committee take the same

remedial action?

 

 


View between the two cottages on Cuckoo Hill

Rear view, which displays the close proximity of a new property
to Byron House in St Edmunds Lane

Rear view taken from the Cemetery


Rear view taken from the "White House"
Babergh Full Planning Committee visited the site on the 23rd May
Full report here

alan beales