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    Site Notice?

    I'm trying to get planning permission for a Single Storey Rear Extension, I've checked the Council's website, it says 'Site Notice Issued & Display until 15/05/2007'.

    What does this mean?

    Many Thanks

    Colin

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    Originally posted by Colin Mustard View Post
    I'm trying to get planning permission for a Single Storey Rear Extension, I've checked the Council's website, it says 'Site Notice Issued & Display until 15/05/2007'.

    What does this mean?

    Many Thanks

    Colin
    This is the planning application notice that must be displayed at the the boundary of the property until the date stated on the notice.

    It is issued, so that anyone who read's it knows what is going on and how to issue an objection to the council.

    It must be displayed in a clear position ( no hiding it behind the bins ) as when the council turn up for a site visit they will check the sign is being displayed.

    Also, you will get every builder in the area knocking on your door offering to do the works for you!

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