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    Default How to stop a planning application???

    I know this is not a car thing.

    But does any one know a sure fire way of getting our local parish council stoped in build a community hall near my house.I live in a cul de sac and the foot path comes straight by my house from the car park where they want to build it which means we will get a load more noise and rubbish(village has enough anti social problems now).and with working shifts my sleep will be affected.

    Also they dont have the money to build it so will be applying for a commercial loan of £750,000 which in the small print say if the income is in sufficient the parish council precept will have to be raised and funded by the tax payer.



    So are there any legal minded people can give us a few hints how to stop this for being built?

    Many Thanks in advance.
    Phil

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    Your local town/borough council should be able to tell you how to object to the
    planning application, the've got a cheek expecting the tax payers to cough up if they can't afford it.
    Best of luck

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    If you are going to object you have to havea valid reason , if it doesn`t block your light or border your property then I would check the infastructure is all in place for it, car parking / roads etc etc .... if that has all been dealt with then there won`t be much you can do i`m afraid ...

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    I would say try and get your neighbours on side the more people who are against it the better it will be for you.


    You could put you house up for sale before it's build if you think its going to be a big problem.

    Paul

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    Forgot to say you could contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau I'm sure they will have all the info you need and good luck


    Paul

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    Technically you can't stop it dead. You can only object, stating reasons such as increased nuisance, anti social behaviour, access, infrastructure, parking, burden on it's neighbours etc

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    Thanks for all of this, i was hoping that there was some law dating back ages that can not raise the council tax to pay for a building to be built if people complained.

    Wishful thinking i know!!!!

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    Just a small point, but I would go with the idea of getting as many people to object as possible...firstly it takes it out of the "personnal" arena and might make the planners feel that actually it is the wrong building in the wrong place. Secondly, if enough people abject, the application will have to go to a formal meeting, and you will get the opportunity to say your piece in person rather than just having the write any objections down.

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    in my opinion local councils will have already made up their mind despite the number of objections that come in we have had planning permission granted up here for various things and thats after recieving 50 letters of objection for one reason or another

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    Looks like im doomed then, with less money due to paying for the thing then.

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