Friday, 23 May 2008

Planning permission not required

East End Park is a blighted area. Denueded of long-term residents, replaced with properties being being to rent. Grade One back-to-backs being converted into flats WITHOUT PLANNING PERMISSION. The Planning Office simply ignores residents' requests to explain the situation or to outline whether Fire, Health and Safety regulations have been adhered to. One resident was informed (on the 'phone) that the property owner was not breaking the law 'just taking a risk'? Is there anyone out there who has come across this situation? Any comments?


1 comment:

Rich Tee said...

No, it's not illegal but according to this article every complaint must be properly recorded and investigated so make a formal complaint and if that doesn't work complain louder.