It’s good to hear that various statutory agencies are jumping around and paying attention following the publication of some photos here on Wednesday of the condition of a public right of way and a designated site. Well done Bob Berzins for highlighting this issue and bringing it to the attention of those who ought to be aware of it already. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Well, in this case Bob, but in general, all of us.
And this case jogged my memory of this other case, not that far away actually, to which rather a lot of us objected back in the spring. This was another track, and was a retrospective planning application. I phoned up the planning authority (that’s the PDNP) this morning to try to find out what happened in the end. Well, actually, I first spent some time trying to find the case on the website and failed, so I made a call. I’m told that the application was invalid which sounded interesting, and they’ll get back to me about what the outcome was.
So this was an invalid retrospective application for permission for this:
So it was retrospective, and invalid…and so…presumably…the applicant had to do something about it…?
I wonder what.