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Posted By: veckieIs this a correct interpretation ?
Posted By: veckieIn April 2009 my city council planning indicated that I did not need planning permission to put Solar PV on my SE facing roof (pre planning advice).I recently install a 22 panel array, and due to complaints, council planning have asked that I either move them or apply for retrospective planning permission quoting conditions attached to Class A:-(a) panels on a building sould be sited, as far as practicable, to minimise the effect on the appearance of the building(b) They should be sited, as far as practicable, to minimise the effect on the amenity of the area.Firstly was I given poor advise ? I am assuming so and claiming maladministration.Secondly, can I successfully argue that, after full investigation, positioning the panels would be in-practical i.e. I have sited them in the most practical position taking into account the amenity and appearance of the building.Any help would be most greatfully received.
Posted By: tedBut no one should go ahead with any development on the understanding that they are covered by PD without being certain that the specific PD rights they will be assuming are in place have not been removed from their property.
Posted By: veckie He suggest applying for an LDC - which for this authority is almost the same as applying for planning permission. They charge is the same as apply for planning permission !
Posted By: veckieHe suggest applying for an LDC - which for this authority is almost the same as applying for planning permission. They charge is the same as apply for planning permission !
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